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With the assistance of TASC, a suite of case studies has been developed in 2021 to share good practice. These case studies place coordination, information systems and implementing nutrition-sensitive actions in the spotlight.



On 7-8 December 2021, the Government of Japan hosted the Tokyo Nutrition for Growth Summit. More than USD 27 billion - an unprecedented amount - was pledged by governments and donors to address the global malnutrition and hunger crisis.

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On 18 November 2021, UN Assistant Secretary-General and SUN Movement Coordinator, Gerda Verburg, received a letter from the Government of Djibouti expressing their interest in joining the Movement. Djibouti is the third country to join the Movement in 2021 and the 65th member State to join the Movement since its creation in 2010.


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This knowledge hub aims to be a resource for all members of the SUN Movement to get informed and sheds light on important links between COVID-19 and nutrition, hunger, health and food systems

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By 2030, a world free from malnutrition in all its forms. Led by governments, supported by organisations and individuals – collective action ensures every child, adolescent, mother and family can realise their right to food and nutrition, reach their full potential and shape sustainable and prosperous societies.

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Committed countries are at the core of the SUN Movement. Any country working to deliver progress and action to scale up nutrition and respects the SUN Movement Principles of Engagement can join the SUN Movement.

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