Plataforma da Sociedade Civil para o Movimento SUN Moçambique, Mozambique
Our overall objective is to contribute to the achievement of national targets in the reduction of chronic undernutrition (stunting) in children under 5 years of age in Mozambique through advocacy activities. Specifically by enhancing civil society capacity and in raising and keeping nutrition at the top of the political agenda and to carry out effective monitoring and advocacy interventions for nutrition actions.
Region: East and Southern Africa
Languages: Portuguese (Portugal)
Number of members: 425
Areas of expertise
- Influencing in-country processes for nutrition-specific & sensitive policies and plans (multidisciplinary approach)
- Capacity building in nutrition and advocacy for nutrition
- Tools for M&E, media, planning and budgeting for nutrition
How to join this alliance
To join this alliance, please complete the membership application form below and email it to:
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This year, the SUN CSN Secretariat is very excited to be launching the next phase of the successful Youth Leaders for Nutrition Program, and we’re inviting all CSN Members to join us in recruiting the next generation of young change-makers on nutrition. What does this new phase look like? Previously, the SUN CSN has supported […]
This week saw over 60 members of the SUN Movement’s Civil Society Network (CSN) come together from countries all around the globe in the first ever network-wide assembly to discuss experiences and solutions surrounding the current global food crisis and to create tangible advocacy demands as a network. The discussion was full of ideas and […]
Summary The Civil Society Network Secretariat (CSNS) plans to organise a series of meetings with CSN Members to come together and share experiences and perspectives on how the global commodity price increases are impacting nutrition in different contexts. The event on May 25th will be offered as the first of an ongoing series of global […]