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Emerging themes for SUN countries - curated resources from ENN's archives

Author: Natalie Sessions and Judith Hodge
Year: 2019
Resource type: Report

In the lead up to the 2019 SUN Global Gathering, ENN developed a series of synthesis papers unpacking key themes within Field Exchange and Nutrition Exchange during the last four years of the SUN KM project.

These aimed to unpack the emerging trends within the themes of:

1. Nutrition Programming in Fragile and Conflict Affected States

2. Scaling up Nutrition - Sensitive Activities

3. Scaling up Nutrition - Specific Activities

4. Using SUN Mechanisms to Catalyse Scale- Up

5. Building an Enabling Environment for Scale- Up

We welcome you to view these reports by selecting one of the attached, downloadable files.

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FCAS_Synthesis1_WEB.pdf (PDF, 834kb)

NUT_Sensitive_Synthesis2_WEB.pdf (PDF, 258kb)

NUT_Specific_Synthesis3_WEB.pdf (PDF, 263kb)

SUN_Mechanisms_Synthesis4_WEB.pdf (PDF, 1.1mb)

Enabling_Environment_Synthesis5_WEB.pdf (PDF, 667kb)

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