Plateforme de la Société Civile HINA, Madagascar
The HINA Platform was created in November 2013 and was legally established in July 2015. It is present in 11 regions of Madagascar and has around 250 member associations, its main activity is aound advocacy for increased investments of the State and technical and financial partners in the fight against malnutrition. The vision is: To fight against the underlying causes and all the consequences of under-nutrition in Madagascar to ensure a bright future for Malagasy children.
Region: East and Southern Africa
Number of members: 250
Areas of expertise
- Support for CSO nutrition actions
- Multi-level and multi-sectoral partnerships
- Advocacy and valorization of local resources and skills in nutrition
How to join this alliance
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