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CS-SUNN DELIVERS UNITED CALL TO INCLUDE NUTRITION IN GOVERNMENT’S COVID-19 RESPONSE

CS-SUNN DELIVERS UNITED CALL TO INCLUDE NUTRITION IN GOVERNMENT’S COVID-19 RESPONSE In recent months, the world has been faced with the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), now declared a world-wide emergency. As at 24th April 2020, the world has recorded 2,709,483 cases and 190,872 deaths. Nigeria, recorded its first case on 27th […]

TERMS OF REFERENCE TO ENGAGE MEDIA AGENCY TO DEVELOP AND DOCUMENT ADVOCACY PROJECTS CS- SUCCESS STORY

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL “TERMS OF REFERENCE TO ENGAGE MEDIA AGENCY TO DEVELOP AND DOCUMENT ADVOCACY PROJECTS CS- SUCCESS STORY “ DATE: 17th April 2020 REFERENCE: CS-SUNN/2020-04/0001 BACKGROUND: The Partnership for Improving Nigeria Nutrition Systems (PINNS) is a project designed to strengthen the Nigeria nutrition systems to be more Result-driven, Effective, […]

SUN MOVEMENT POOLED FUND PROJECT WINDOW II NARRATIVE REPORT FOR March, 2020

CS-SUNN’s Vision A country where every citizen is food and nutrition secured. CS-SUNN’s Mission To mobilize Non-State Actors to advocate, generate evidence, build capacity and stimulate communities to scale up nutrition in Nigeria. An overview of Civil Society – Scaling Up Nutrition in Nigeria (CS-SUNN) About Us The Civil Society […]

LAGOS GOVERNMENT PARTNERS CS-SUNN, NUTRITION PARTNERS TO REDUCE MALNUTRITION INDICIES

The Lagos State Government has expressed its readiness to work with nutrition partners to reduce the malnutrition indices in the state. Mrs Yewande Falugba, the Permanent Secretary in the state Ministry of Youth and Social Development, said this during an advocacy visit by the CS-SUNN to the ministry.  The Lagos […]

CS-SUNN, NIGER STATE PLANNING COMMISSION CONVENE POLICY DIALOGUE ON NUTRITION SITUATION IN NIGER STATE:

CS-SUNN, NIGER STATE PLANNING COMMISSION CONVENE POLICY DIALOGUE ON NUTRITION SITUATION IN NIGER STATE: Niger state over the years has experienced steady growth in its nutrition budgetary allocation and utilization. Budgetary allocations to nutrition moved from 80 million naira in 2017 to over 210 million naira in 2020. In spite […]

REDUCING MALNUTRITION THROUGH COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS:

REDUCING MALNUTRITION THROUGH COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS: CS-SUNN is excited to announce the commencement of the SUN Movement Pooled Fund for Multi-Sector/Stakeholder Platforms. It is a source of funding of catalytic and innovative projects to support Multi-Sector/Stakeholder Platforms in Nigeria to increase the effectiveness and impact of national efforts to end malnutrition […]