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Lessons from Senegal - Multi-sector programming in nutrition

Video  /  17 August 2018

Join ENN's Ambarka Youssoufane to find out how one multi-sector programme is being implemented at the sub-national level in Senegal.

This video looks at the Matam region with the USAID-funded Yaajeende Project, and accompanies a full report on Multi-sector programmes at the sub-national level.

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NEX 10: Developing the second National Plan of Action for Nutrition in Bangladesh

Podcast  /  17 July 2018

ENN’s Charulatha Banerjee talks to NEX10 authors, Dr Md. M. Islam Bulbul and Dr Iftekhar Rashid, on the challenges and lessons learned in bringing multiple sectors together in Bangladesh to develop the country’s second National Plan of Action for Nutrition (NPAN 2) – a costed plan that has brought together 17 'nutrition sensitive' ministries coordinated by the Bangladesh National Nutrition Council.

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NEX 10: Editors Speak

Podcast  /  17 July 2018

In this podcast, the editors of Nutrition Exchange (NEX) Carmel Dolan and Judith Hodge celebrate the 10th anniversary of the publication, discussing how it began and how it has evolved to become a key publication in the nutrition sector for those working at national and sub-national level.

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NEX 10: How to write and record for NEX

Video  /  17 July 2018

Watch and listen to an ENN videocast on ‘How to Write for NEX’, a short presentation on writing articles and making podcasts for Nutrition Exchange. Hear from authors and podcasters about how they found the process – and the opportunity it gave to collaborate with colleagues and share their experiences with others working in nutrition.

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The private sector in nutrition - a player by default or choice? Reflections from a multi-stakeholder meeting

Blog post  /  16 July 2018

I participated in a Round Table organised by South Asia Food and Nutrition Security Initiative SAFANSI In Colombo in June which was titled “Putting the Lens on the Consumer in Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture and Food Systems in South Asia”.

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