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Nutrition International launches bold plan to drive SDG progress

  |   SUN Civil Society Network, SUN Donor Network

Nutrition International released its plan to mobilize CAD 700 million through 2024 in the global fight against malnutrition. The investment case, the first of its kind for a global nutrition organization, will finance the scale-up of proven high-impact, low-cost nutrition interventions, particularly for women, adolescent girls and children. It lays...

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Pakistan proudly kicks off the 2019 Joint-Annual Assessment for the Scaling up Nutrition Movement!

  |   SUN Country Network

Pakistan is the first SUN Movement country to conduct the Joint Assessment in 2019! The assessment was launched at the 6th Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement Joint-Assessment Workshop held on April 26 in Islamabad, Pakistan. The event saw key stakeholders come together to review progress, reflect...

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Let’s celebrate our progress and set new priorities with the 2019 SUN Joint-Assessment

  |   SUN Country Network

Celebrating #30DaysofSUN and the launch of the new online Joint-Assessment tool! On 1 May, the Scaling up Nutrition (SUN) Movement will launch the 2019 Joint-Assessment (JAA). Each year, the JAA is an exciting moment for the Movement, as it brings together in-country partners and stakeholders to...

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South Sudan moves forward on developing a Multi-sectoral Nutrition Action Plan

  |   SUN Country Network

The Ministry of Health in collaboration with WFP and Save the Children on behalf of the UN Network and Civil Society Alliance organized a half day SUN Movement advocacy workshop on 22 February, bringing together 49 people from Ministries of Health, Education and General Instruction,...

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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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A nutrition story of change from Nepal

  |   Information Systems for Nutrition, SUN in Practice, SUN UN Network

*An article by Prof. Dr. Geeta Bhakta Joshi and Stanley Chitekwe Background Nepal as part of the Global SUN Movement Nepal is a Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement early riser – the fifth country, joined the Movement on 5 May 2011 with a letter of commitment for scaling...

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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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Early years nutrition and child development project in Benin supported by the World Bank

  |   SUN Country Network, SUN Donor Network

The World Bank approved an International Development Association (IDA) grant of USD 50 million to support the government of Benin’s efforts to reduce stunting and improve early childhood development outcomes in children under five years of age. The five-year Early Years Nutrition and Child Development Project...

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Private sector consultation forum on the establishment of a nutritional centre of excellence in Somalia

  |   SUN Business Network, SUN Country Network

SUN Movement team in Somalia organised a successful and inclusive consultation forum with Private Sector stakeholders drawn from Academia (comprising Somali National University and private Universities) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Somalia on Establishment of a Nutritional Centre of Excellence (CoE) using a participatory model. The forum provided a platform for gathering diverse stakeholder views and opinions on establishment of the center that will adequately play a strategic role in addressing nutritional-related needs and priorities in Somalia in line with the Global and Somalia SUN Movement Road Maps. The forum focused on defining the vision, purpose and strategy...

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