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

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Apr06
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 SocietyRead More

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

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Mar18
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 LagosRead More

REDUCING MALNUTRITION THROUGH COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS:

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Feb18
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 malnutritionRead More

NCFN PLEDGES STRICT COMPLIANCE TO IMPLEMENTATON OF APPROVED NUTRITION BUDGETS IN NIGERIA

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Feb16
NCFN PLEDGES STRICT COMPLIANCE TO IMPLEMENTATON OF APPROVED NUTRITION BUDGETS IN NIGERIA The National Committee on Food and Nutrition (NCFN) has pledged to intensify efforts towards strict implementation of approved budgets allotted to nutrition activities and interventions across the country. The commitment by the NCFN is contained in a communiqueRead More

CS-SUNN ADVOCATES FOR MNDC INTERVENTIONS TO ADDRESS MICRONUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES:

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Feb16
CS-SUNN ADVOCATES FOR MNDC INTERVENTIONS TO ADDRESS MICRONUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES: The public health significance of micronutrient deficiencies in the country is classified as severe by the World Health Organization and the reason is not far-fetched. While micronutrients such as vitamin A, zinc, Iron, folic acid and iodine are required in smallRead More

Malnutrition responsible for 53 percent of Nigeria’s infant mortality – Emir of Kano

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Jan28
Malnutrition responsible for 53 percent of Nigeria’s infant mortality – Emir of Kano His Highness, The Emir of Kano, Mallam Muhammadu Sanusi II, says malnutrition is responsible for 53 percent of infant mortality in Nigeria, with Nigeria recording the highest number of stunted children in Africa. He disclosed this inRead More