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Mapping of nutrition actors and actions in Togo with the support of the United Nations network

  |   SUN Country Network, SUN UN Network

As part of the support activities to member countries of the SUN movement, on 25 February, the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene organized a meeting with the United Nations Network Secretariat to discuss the process for mapping nutrition actors and actions  in Lomé. Representatives from...

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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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Nepal Zero Hunger, a strategic review of food security and nutrition

  |   SUN Country Network, SUN UN Network

For Nepal, ending hunger and improving nutrition for all its citizens will be a significant task, but one that is within its grasp. The country has already made great strides in reducing undernourishment and stunting. However, the prevalence of both are still high and challenges...

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Private stakeholders consultations on integrating nutrition in primary education in Somalia

  |   SUN Country Network

Office of the Somali Prime on Sunday the 30th of December 2018 held consultations on integrating primary curriculum for the private  education providers stakeholders in Mogadishu. Nearly 50 Participants from key educational level institutions in Mogadishu and scholars attended the one day consultative discussion on the importance...

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Niger’s first multisectoral nutrition plan

  |   Engaging Multiple Stakeholders, SUN Country Network, SUN in Practice

By Ambarka Youssoufane -  Originally published by ENN Online On the 15 November this year, the Niger government took a big step forward in tackling malnutrition by adopting its first ever nutrition policy known as the “national multisectoral nutrition security policy”. The policy aims to achieve the...

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Reducing childhood stunting in Madagascar with a new adaptive approach

  |   SUN Country Network, SUN Donor Network

In Madagascar, the World Bank’s team recognized that the country’s stunting crisis could benefit from the Multiphase Programmatic Approach (MPA). systematic, but flexible and adaptive process. “Stand-alone operations work fine in many contexts, but if you are grappling with an issue as complex as stunting, the...

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Lao PDR tests proven approach to tackle malnutrition with support from the World Bank

  |   SUN Country Network, SUN Donor Network

Lao PDR will test a new cross-cutting and evidence-based approach to reducing stunting in four northern provinces, with support from the World Bank. Representatives from the Ministries of Planning and Investment, Agriculture, Public Works and Transport, and Health, together with the World Bank, met today...

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Mapping exercise fuels multi-sectoral action to account for nutrition results in Mali

  |   SUN Country Network, SUN UN Network

* Interview originally published by the UN Network for SUN  Mali continues to face high levels of malnutrition driven by multiple factors that are exacerbated by the effects of climate change and conflict. Child wasting is estimated at a whopping 10.7 per cent (SMART 2017) although national...

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Lesotho bridging the gap for better nutrition capacity

  |   SUN UN Network

* Story originally published by the UN Network for the SUN Movement Lesotho is making great improvements in child nutrition outcomes. Between 2004 - 2014, stunting among children under 5 years old has steadily decreased. Despite this, stunting remains high at 33.2 per cent, micronutrient deficiencies...

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