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EFFECTIVE PLATFORMS FOR
COALITION OF HEALTHY DIETS AND
IMPROVED NUTRITION
BY SARAH MSHIU, PRIME MINISTERS
OFFICE
TANZANIA
Introduction
 Tanzania uses a multi-sectoral approach to eliminate
malnutrition, promote healthy diets and improve
nutrit...
Introduction continues…
• Other platforms facilitate nutrition response in
the country.
(i) Donors platform
(ii) CSOs plat...
Thematic Working Groups on:
1. Maternal, infant, young child
and adolescent nutrition
2. Micronutrients.
3. Integrated Man...
Achievements for effective platform…
• Developed a robust one coasted NMNAP (2016-2021) with
one coordination mechanism an...
GAPS
• Linkage nutrition sensitive intervention reduce malnutrition.
We can’t really quantify its contribution to reductio...
Take away Message
1. Effective multi-sectoral, multi-stakeholder and
multi-displinary platforms are no longer
optional in ...
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Effective platforms and coalitions for healthy diets: what concrete results? by Sarah Lilian Mshiu, Senior Economist/ Nutrition Focal Person - Prime Minister’s Office, Tanzania

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The International Symposium on Sustainable Food Systems for Healthy Diets and Improved Nutrition was jointly held by FAO and WHO in December 2016 to explore policies and programme options for shaping the food systems in ways that deliver foods for a healthy diet, focusing on concrete country experiences and challenges. This Symposium waas the first large-scale contribution under the UN Decade of Action for Nutrition 2016-2025. This presentation was part of Parallel session 3.1: Designing, implementing and monitoring evidence-based policies effectively with multiple actors"

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Effective platforms and coalitions for healthy diets: what concrete results? by Sarah Lilian Mshiu, Senior Economist/ Nutrition Focal Person - Prime Minister’s Office, Tanzania

  1. 1. EFFECTIVE PLATFORMS FOR COALITION OF HEALTHY DIETS AND IMPROVED NUTRITION BY SARAH MSHIU, PRIME MINISTERS OFFICE TANZANIA
  2. 2. Introduction  Tanzania uses a multi-sectoral approach to eliminate malnutrition, promote healthy diets and improve nutrition.  Article 52 of the constitution gives mandate PMO to coordinate all Govern. business include Nutrition  PMO chairs govern platform HLSCN.  It is multi-sectorial, multi- disciplinary and multi- stakeholder in nature.  Same platform are at sub national level (RSC and CSC)  HLSCN was developed to oversee the implementation of NNS, ended June 2016.  NNS was developed multi- sectorally and fairly implemented.
  3. 3. Introduction continues… • Other platforms facilitate nutrition response in the country. (i) Donors platform (ii) CSOs platform and (iii) Business platform. • Development of the platforms including HLSC was a response of govern to SUN initiatives. • Highly flexible and influence decision
  4. 4. Thematic Working Groups on: 1. Maternal, infant, young child and adolescent nutrition 2. Micronutrients. 3. Integrated Management of Acute Malnutrition 4. Prevention and Management of Diet Related Non- Communicable Diseases 5. Nutrition Sensitive interventions. 6. Multisectoral nutrition governance 7. Multisectoral nutrition information systems 8. Resource mobilization PO-RALG NMNAP Main Technical Working Group Chair: MD TFNC Secretariat: TFNC Members: line ministries, UN agencies, Donors, CSOs, Business (technical) Development Partners Group on Nutrition (DPG-N) Members: (UN, Donors, CSOs, Business) High Level Steering Committee on Nutrition Chair: PS Prime Minister’s Office Secretariat: PMO/TFNC Members: Line ministries (PS), UN, Donors , CSOs, Business Networks MDAs COMMUNITY Private Sector Actors CSOs (NGOs, CBOs, FBOs) Regional Steering Committee on Nutrition LGAs Structures Council Steering Committee on Nutrition Coordination Structure of Nutrition
  5. 5. Achievements for effective platform… • Developed a robust one coasted NMNAP (2016-2021) with one coordination mechanism and one M&E system (CRRAF) Priorities on Nutrition sensitive intervention and specific such as Diet related NCDs, MIYCAM, IMAM and Micronutrients. Recognize role of private sector in promoting health diet for improved nutrition. • Recognition and integration of health diets and nutrition issues into national plan and sectorial policies including agriculture, health, education e.c.t • Tracking of nutrition expenditure (PER) • Increased of knowledge sharing among nutrition stakeholder • Increase alignment of donor programmes with national plans. • Improve policy environment (Review of policies, enforce. of regulations and tax exemptions)
  6. 6. GAPS • Linkage nutrition sensitive intervention reduce malnutrition. We can’t really quantify its contribution to reduction of malnutrition (it remain a gray area for nutrition sensitive). • We still have information gap on other factors which contribute to malnutrition which are not really pronounced e.g mycotoxin. • Double burden malnutrition- there is a need of more evidence and data on this so as to prevent the country • Improve Synergies/Linkage between this platforms is a key (Can’t work in silos since are in different levels). • Private sector and CSOs have a big role to play.
  7. 7. Take away Message 1. Effective multi-sectoral, multi-stakeholder and multi-displinary platforms are no longer optional in pushing agenda which has so many contributors.

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