Plateforme de la Société Civile HINA, Madagascar

About

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.


Country: Madagascar

Region: East and Southern Africa

Languages: French

Number of members: 250


Areas of expertise

  • Support for CSO nutrition actions
  • Research
  • Multi-level and multi-sectoral partnerships
  • Advocacy and valorization of local resources and skills in nutrition



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.

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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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