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CS-SUNN SUPPORTS KANO POLICY DIALOGUE ON IMPROVED IMPLMENTATION OF NUTRITION PLANS & POLICIES

CS-SUNN in collaboration with UNICEF supported the Kano State Committee on Food and Nutrition in December 2019 to host a one-day Policy Dialogue aimed at improved implementation of the state’s specific nutrition policies and plans. Key discussions during the dialogue centered around improving the nutritional status of Kano residents, improving […]

CS-SUNN MOVES TO IMPROVE FUNDRAISING STRATEGY FOR SUSTAINABILITY

CS-SUNN is taking deliberate steps to scale-up her programs, increase funding/partnerships as well as identify other funding windows to ensure sustainability and growth of the organization beyond projects’ lifetime. At a 2-days Fundraising strategy review meeting concluded on 14th January, 2020 in Abuja, CS-SUNN reviewed her Resource Mobilization Strategy/Business Plan […]

CS-SUNN CONVENES 2019 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

CS-SUNN convened her 2019 Annual General Meeting in Abuja with over 40 delegates drawn from some CS-SUNN state chapters across the country in attendance. The Meeting sought to review the 2019 Workplan and budget, rectify amendments to the organization’s constitution, appoint new Board of Trustees and present the organization’s 2019 […]

CS-SUNN URGES OYO GOVERNMENT TO IMPLEMENT STATE STRATEGIC PLAN OF ACTION FOR NUTRITION

Nutrition in Nigeria, (CS-SUNN) has called on the Oyo state Government to scale up nutrition specific and sensitive interventions in the State, by fully implementing the Oyo state strategic plan of action for Nutrition and creating specific nutrition budget lines across all nutrition line Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) in […]

Vacancy: TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR CONSULTANCY TO CONDUCT MID-TERM PROJECT REVIEW AND RECOMMEND NEW STRATEGIES FOR ACHIEVING PROJECT’S INVESTMENT OUTCOMES“

Malnutrition can take many forms and it affects the global population irrespective of location, age, religion, gender etc. Two key drivers of malnutrition are the lack of funds and lack of an enabling environment for implementation of high impact nutrition interventions proven to mitigate and eliminate the menace ultimately.