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Unpacking the progress of Networks in Fragile and Conflict affected states

The SUN Networks are a unique element of the Movement’s approach. They are described as “a collection of national movements led by governments committed to scaling up nutrition impact and results, along with partners aligned to support their goals”. In 2018, ENN documented the presence, make up and activities of SUN Country Networks in 17 SUN countries categorised as fragile and conflict-affected states (FCAS). More information can be found here.

Several articles on the state of networks have also appeared in NEX and FEX as well as the MediaHub. These include, but are not limited to:

Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) in Protracted Crisis: The South Sudan Civil Society Alliance (CSA) experience

Advocating for nutrition in West Africa: The role of SUN Civil Society Alliances

Building parliamentarian networks for nutrition in West Africa

SUN and the private sector: Business networks in Nigeria and Niger

REACHing for the SUN: UN support for scaling up nutrition in Burkina Faso

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