The SUN Movement Global Gathering 2019...
By Dr. Charulatha Banerjee on 28 November 2019
This is a recording of a webinar ENN’s SUN KM Team hosted in March unpacking the key findings from the 8 country case studies examining multisectoral programming at the sub- national level.
To read the case studies, click here.
This is the recording of a webinar presentation conducted in March which reflected on 4 country case studies (Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya and Yemen) exploring the humanitarian development nexus. The webinar explores critical aspects of nutrition security in the context of fragility including nutrition architecture, coordination and financing.
ENN’s Charulatha Banerjee talks to Mr Aslam Shaheen SUN Focal Point Pakistan and Dr Shabina Raza Country Director Nutrition International Pakistan to capture the impact of devolution on nutrition programming in the country. Participants talk of the processes that were adopted to set up mechanisms at the subnational level to monitor and implement nutrition programmes, the barriers and the enablers for multi sectoral programmes for nutrition. They speak of how nutrition has become a priority for local leaders and how in recent elections nutrition was an electoral issue. This podcast adds to ENN’s initiative in the SUN KM project to understand and document sub national implementation of Multisectoral programmes.
This video examines multisectoral nutrition efforts in Zimbabwe through an exploration of the Multi-Sectoral Community Based Model (MCBM) Programme, launched in 2015, which aims ‘to reduce food and nutrition security challenges in vulnerable districts of Zimbabwe through a multi-sectoral community based model approach and systems strengthening’. We explored work happening in the Chipinge and Chiredzi districts to advance their nutrition agenda.
Since 2017, ENN has undertaken 8 country case studies to explore what multi-sector nutrition programming looks like at a local level. We developed rich case studies which can be read here. We noted a number of similarities and key common findings which are explored in this animated video.
Global coordinator for ENN’s SUN KM project, Natalie Sessions, and Nutrition Exchange (NEX) co-editor, Judith Hodge, discuss key findings from their review of articles from NEX and FEX (Field Exchange) publications from the last five years. This work is brought together in five briefs, including: Building an enabling environment for scale-up; Using SUN mechanisms to catalyse scale-up; Scaling up nutrition-specific activities; Scaling up nutrition-sensitive activities; and Nutrition programming in fragile and conflict affected states.