Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance in Cambodia, Cambodia
The SUN CSA in Cambodia is built on a foundation of strong partnerships between SUN CSA Cambodia members, key government bodies, the private sector and other SUN Networks operating in country. We aim to promote sustainable improvement in the nutritional status of the Cambodian people so that they will be resilient to shock and stress over time, and are supported through the development and wider implementation of direct impact nutrition interventions. The nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive interventions of SUN CSA Cambodia members reach areas in every province of Cambodia, with the ultimate goal of ending malnutrition in all its forms.
Number of members: 44
Areas of expertise
- Research and evidence generation
- Lobbying and advocacy
- Capacity building and training
- Project implementation
- Building and maintaining relationships with key nutrition stakeholders
How to join this alliance
To join this alliance, please complete the membership application form below and email it to:
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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