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Multi-sector nutrition programming in Zimbabwe

By Zimbabwe Food and Nutrition Council and ENN SUN KM Team on 31 March 2020

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.

To find out more, read the full case study in PDF here.

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