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Crises in rural areas threatens progress in hunger, according to the 2019 Global Food Policy Report

  |   SUN Lead Group and Secretariat

Marked by deepening cycle of hunger and malnutrition, persistent poverty, limited economic opportunities, and environmental degradation, rural areas continue to be in a state of crisis in many parts of the world, threatening to slow the progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals, global climate targets,...

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Inter-Ministerial meeting to identify ways to implement national policies to improve diets in Ghana

  |   SUN Country Network

African #LeadersForNutrition Champion First Lady of Ghana, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, convened an inter-Ministerial meeting to identify ways to implement national policies to improve diets, while contributing to other policy goals across governmentAn inter-Ministerial meeting organised by the Ministry of Planning, convened 3 ministers and technical advisers to build...

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An Investment Framework for Nutrition: reaching the global targets for stunting, anemia, breastfeeding, and wasting

  |   SUN Civil Society Network, SUN Country Network, SUN Donor Network

In 2015, 159 million children under the age of five were chronically malnourished or stunted, underscoring a massive global health and economic development challenge (UNICEF, WHO, and World Bank 2015). In 2012—in an effort to rally the international community around improving nutrition—the 176 members of...

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Celebrating progress and setting priorities: highlighting the importance of jointly assessing the nutrition landscape

  |   SUN Country Network

Every year, all 60 member countries of the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement are invited to undertake a Joint-Assessment – an essential moment for in-country partners to come together and reflect on their contributions towards scaling up nutrition. As a participatory exercise, the Joint-Assessment offers...

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