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Mapping SUN Movement Networks in 17 fragile and conflict-affected states: A snap shot of developments and progress

Author: Natalie Sessions, Charulatha Banerjee, Ambarka Youssoufane, Lillian Karanja and Tui Swinnen
Year: 2019
Resource type: Report

The SUN Networks are a unique element of the SUN Movement’s approach. They are part of both the global and country-level architecture of SUN. The presence and activity of SUN Networks is seen as an important measure of establishing an enabling environment for nutrition at country level.There are four key stakeholder groups which are encouraged to align behind the SUN agenda at country level and support the SUN Focal Point: civil society, UN, donors and the private sector. These groups represent the four formal SUN Networks. 

This paper summarises findings from work carried out by ENN in 2018 to document the presence, make-up and activities of SUN country Networks in 17 SUN countries categorised as fragile and conflict-affected states (FCAS).

ENN supports these countries through its Department for International Development (DFID)-funded Technical Assistance for Nutrition (TAN) work.

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Natalie Sessions, Charulatha Banerjee, Ambarka Youssoufane, Lillian Karanja and Tui Swinnen (2019). Mapping SUN Movement Networks in 17 fragile and conflict-affected states: A snap shot of developments and progress. www.ennonline.net/mappingsunmovementnetworks

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