Partnership for Nutrition in Tanzania, Tanzania, United Republic of

About

PANITA – Partnership for Nutrition in Tanzania - is a Civil Society Alliance of over 300 CSOs comprising both local and international with geographical span covering the entire country. It is dedicated to building the political and public-will, commitment and support to end malnutrition in Tanzania. Members are engaging in both specific and sensitive nutrition interventions in their local communities. Sensitive sectors include but are not limited to: Agriculture, Education, Health, Early Childhood Development (ECD), Community Development, Gender, WASH, Livestock and fisheries.


Country: Tanzania, United Republic of

Region: East and Southern Africa

Languages: English

Number of members: 300


Areas of expertise

  • Advocacy for increased prioritization of nutrition into government plan & budgets
  • Policy improvement
  • Building capacity of CSOs
  • Media and parliamentarians engagement for improved nutrition Implementing nutrition projects with members



How to join this alliance

To join this alliance, please complete the membership application form below and email it to:



SUN CSN membership form

The alliance will be in touch and may ask you to provide further information.

If you do not receive a response within a month, please forward the filled-in form and your original email to sun.csnetwork@savethechildren.org.uk.

East and Southern Africa region news

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December 10, 2021

Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Network Commitment

This week, actors across the nutrition community including representatives from governments, businesses, academics and members of civil society came together to make bold pledges towards the UN nutrition targets at the Nutrition for Growth Summit.  The Civil Society Network (CSN) is part of Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN), a world-wide Movement to end malnutrition. Our diverse […]

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August 2, 2021

World Breastfeeding Week 2021: Zimbabwe changes Parliament for the better

With more women parliamentarians than ever before, it is crucial that facilities are available for women to adequately nourish their child during its first 1000 days. In Zimbabwe, Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Health and Child Care chairperson Dr Ruth Labode said “We now have more young female legislators in Parliament who have children and are breastfeeding.” It […]

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June 22, 2021

5 things we learnt from the 2020 Civil Society Annual Survey

Our membership is huge! With civil society presence in nearly 50 countries, we always knew we were a large network. But after gathering the data from this year’s Annual Survey we have discovered that we have an incredible 4212 member organisations in the Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Network (SUN CSN)!1 This number has increased […]

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