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Tisu Zimpita, SUN Nutrition Champion: “To boost global nutrition, give local advocates more tools”

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Article written by Andrew Green, originally published in Malnutrition Deeply  Tisungeni Zimpita led one of the first national-level efforts to coordinate organizations to focus on nutrition, which led her to be named a Scaling Up Nutrition Champion. She shares some of the lessons from her work.   TISUNGENI ZIMPITA, An award-winning...

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‘Taking the temperature’ of gender consideration in national nutrition planning to maximise efforts to improve nutrition for all

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A blog by Carrie Memminger (PATH) originally published by MQSUN+ Nutritional status can be strongly impacted by gender. Socially-constructed gender roles, in conjunction with biological differences in sex and age, influence nutritional needs and status of individuals, households, communities and societies. As well, inequalities in decision making and...

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2017 Nutrition Champion blogs

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Each SUN Movement Nutrition Champion contributes to an increasingly global group of nutrition champions who are galvanizing political attention toward improving nutrition. As champions from all different levels, their advocacy not only benefits their own nations, but their efforts have inspired other countries that are...

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How nutritious is your product?

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The fight against nutritional deficiencies can only be won with a multifaceted approach. It calls for individuals, food producers and the government joining hands together to ensure success. In the last few years, there has been some heightened level of nutrition awareness amongst some Nigerians....

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International Migrants Day 2017

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Members of the SUN Movement Executive Committee, CEO of Medical Teams International (MTI), Martha Newsome, and Permanent Secretary of the Office of the Prime Minister, Christine Guwatudde Kintu, highlight what they have learned by working together in Uganda with partners to support over one million...

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