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TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR A 10 DAYS CONSULTANCY TO UPDATE BUDGET ANALYSIS REPORT

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Jan20
TERMS OF REFERENCE 10 DAY CONSULTANCY TO UPDATE BUDGET ANALYSIS REPORT REFERENCE No:  CS-SUNN/2021-01/0002   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, Serviceable, Efficient and Transparent (RESET). This is to facilitate the deliveryRead More

CS-SUNN SUPPORTS EFFORTS TO HARMONIZE SCALE-UP OF NUTRITION INTERVENTIONS IN NASARAWA STATE.

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Nov24
The Civil Society-Scaling Up Nutrition in Nigeria recently brought together nutrition/health coalitions and the media in Nasarawa state to harmonize efforts geared towards scaling up Nutrition interventions in the state. At a two-day meeting in the state, Mercy Asso, the State Chapter Coordinator stated that the meeting was necessitated toRead More

CS-SUNN STRENGTHENS MEDIA/CSO COLLABORATION TO END MALNUTRITION IN LAGOS

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Nov24
CS-SUNN is on course to contribute to ending malnutrition in Lagos state through concerted and collaborative efforts of Media, CSOs and the State Government. As part of efforts to achieve this, the alliance recently convened a two-day meeting to strengthen advocacy skills of health/nutrition focused-CSOs and Media to identify, harmonizeRead More

WORLD FOOD DAY 2020: CS-SUNN CALLS FOR PRIORITIZATION OF NIGERIA’S FOOD FORTIFICATION AGENDA TO ADDRESS MALNUTRITION

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Oct30
Every year, the World Food Day is marked on the 16th October by over 150 countries including Nigeria. This commemoration promotes world-wide awareness and action for those who suffer from hunger and the need to ensure food and nutrition security for all. It provides an opportunity to call for globalRead More

CS-SUNN HOSTS NUTRITION WEBINAR TO COMMEMORATE NIGERIA AT 60

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Oct30
Nigeria has the second highest burden of stunted children in the world. The national prevalence rate of children under five stands at 32 percent. In addition, an estimated 2 million children in Nigeria suffer from Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM). Malnutrition also accounts for about 50% of child mortality in Nigeria.   https://www.unicef.org/nigeria/nutrition. Within theRead More

NIGERIA@60 LAUNCHING OF THE #LET US DO MORE CAMPAIGN

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Oct08
MESSAGE READ BY PROFESSOR NGOZI NNAM, SECRETARY, CS-SUNN BOARD OF TRUSTEES WHILE LAUNCHING THE “LET US DO MORE CAMPAIGN” AT THE CS-SUNN NUTRITION WEBINAR IN COMMEMORATION OF NIGERIA @ 60, ON OCTOBER 1ST, 2020. “Nutrition Security exists when all people at all times, consume food of sufficient quantity and quality,Read More

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