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Experience fair ppt nigeria final 30-oct16


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Brief overview of efforts and achievements to Scaling up Nutrition (SUN CS Learning Route in Rwanda - 2016)

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Experience fair ppt nigeria final 30-oct16

  1. 1. 30 October 2016, Kigali, Rwanda Country Team Members: Insert names Photo: Mark Kaye/Save the Children Leveraging the Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Network: building regional platforms to promote learning on how to address malnutrition The Learning Route in Rwanda EXPERIENCE FAIR
  2. 2. SUN Civil Society Efforts | October 2016 2 Civil Society Scaling Up Nutrition in Nigeria (CS-SUNN) Insert logo
  3. 3. Who We Are • Civil Society Scaling-up Nutrition in Nigeria (CS-SUNN) is a non-governmental, non-profit making coalition, made up of organizations with a shared vision to transform Nigeria into a country where every citizen is food and nutrition secured. • The primary purpose of the coalition is to strengthen partnerships to advocate for increased policy development and resource allocation for improved nutrition outcomes. • CS-SUNN provides a platform to engage government and non-state actors to advocate for policy implementation, create public awareness, increase local demand for appropriate nutrition service delivery, track service provision and budget implementation. …….Working together to attain a country
  4. 4. Who We Are Contd • Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health (PACFaH) Project is a social accountability project implemented through the strategy of partnership building of indigenous CSOs, champions and activists to catalyze change at national and state levels to fulfill commitments on child and family health. • PACFaH is a coalition of indigenous CSOs including dRPC, CHRI, CS-SUNN, AAFP, working to improve Government’s understanding of challenges that confront child and family health issues in Nigeria & to solicit by advocating for Government’s intervention to address them by fulfilling policy, budgeting and administrative requirements to improve CFH services. • …….
  5. 5. 5 Photo: Caroline Trutmann/Save the Children What is the nutrition situation in your country? SUN Civil Society Efforts | October 2016 Nigeria has the highest number of stunted children on the continent and ranks second globally with about 11 million stunted children Children < 5yrs 37% chronically malnourished (stunted) 18% acutely malnourished (wasted) 29% underweight Children < 6 mos 17% Exclusively Breastfed Children 6-23 mos Complementary Foods not introduced on time 67% receive complementary foods 10% adhere to IYCF recommendations
  6. 6. Nutritional indices 1990-(2013 NDHS) 1990 1999 2003 2008 2013 Stunting 43% 46% 42% 41% 37% Wasting 9% 12% 11% 14% 18% Underweight 36% 27% 24% 23% 29% EBF 2% 22% 17% 13% 17% …….
  7. 7. What are the key National interventions to tackle malnutrition in your country? • Key National Interventions • Main Challenges SUN Civil Society Efforts | October 2016 7 1990 • National Committee on Food and Nutrition Established 1995 • National Food and Nutrition Policy Formulated 2005 • Home Grown School Feeding and Health Programme 2012 • First Nutrition Summit to Create a “Roadmap to Scaling Up Nutrition in Nigeria” 2015 • National Strategic Plan of Action for Nutrition launched 2016 • National Policy on Food and Nutrition approved Policy Implementation Funding Coordination Lesson learned: Effective coordination of nutrition interventions is key to reduction and eradication of malnutrition in Nigeria
  8. 8. Intervention Areas • Maternal Nutrition • Infant and Young Child Feeding • Management of Severe Acute Malnutrition in Children under five • Micronutrient Deficiency Control • Diet related Non-communicable Diseases • Nutrition Information and Surveillance Systems SUN Civil Society Efforts | April 2016 8
  9. 9. Presentation of the CSA • Quick history: Date of creation: Started November 2013 and formally launched August 07, 2014 and registered on October 31, 2014 • Structure: Board of Trustees performs ceremonial/legal oversight and advocacy functions for the coalition • Steering Committee serves as the executive committee and supervises the nomination of the BOT members. Also provides oversight for the day-to-day activities of the Coalition and its National Secretariat • Secretariat and Project Staff • Number of organisations who are members: 250 • What kind of organisations are represented in your CSA?: International partners (e.g. Save the Children, ACF), Local NGOs, Professional Associations, CSOs, FBOs, etc 9SUN Civil Society Efforts | October 2016
  10. 10. SUN Civil Society Efforts | April 2016 10 Photo: Caroline Trutmann/Save the Children Key intervention areas Key intervention area of the CSA and key achievements • Key achievements (November 2014- date) Advocacy • Policy dialogues (Federal and State • Data Collection • Policy Briefs • Score Cards • Budget Analysis • Policy Analysis • Media Mobilisation • Grass roots mobilisation • Capacity Building Advocacy - Led to the adoption of the National Strategic Plan of Action for Nutrition (NSPAN) NSPAN Implementation in Kaduna, Nasarawa and Niger States (2015- 2016) Capacity Building - 150 CSOs, CBOs and FBOs - Advocacy, coalition building, budget tracking and monitoring (2015- 2016)
  11. 11. 11 Nutrition Stakeholders Ministry of budget and National Planning Federal Ministry of Health NPHCDA SMoH Champions International Partners (e.g. UNICEF, CHAI, SCI) Donors (e.g. World Bank, BMGF, USAID, DFID) Academia Professional Bodies Who are the most influential nutrition stakeholders in your country? SUN Civil Society Efforts | October 2016
  12. 12. CSA call For Action Statement • Ensure that the Federal Government and State Government fulfil their commitments in Nutrition. • To fully implement the National Strategic Plan of Action for Nutrition (NSPAN) by providing adequate funding for plan in the national budget • To create a strategic plan of implementation for the National Policy of Food and Nutrition (NPFN) • For timely release of funds allocated for nutrition in the Ministries of Health, Agriculture and Education in the 2016 Budgets and ensure increased accountability/management of released funds. 12SUN Civil Society Efforts | October 2016
  13. 13. Thank you! Photo: Adam Hinton/Save the Children