Publication: Nutrition Exchange 13
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.
Nutrition is increasingly a top priority issue for developing countries around the globe, with many countries working hard to reduce high rates of undernutrition, including child stunting and wasting.
Nutrition is however a complex, multifaceted issue, that interacts with many sectors.
In order to understand more about how multisectoral programming works at the sub-national level, ENN has developed 8 country case studies from Senegal, Kenya, Nepal, Ethiopia, Niger, Bangladesh. Zimbabwe and the Philippines.