Scaling up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance Pakistan (SUNCSA Pak), Pakistan
SUNCSA Pak is engaged in advocacy for the implementation of multi-sectoral nutrition strategies, demanding enhanced budgetary allocations for nutrition and the implementation of rules/laws. It has also developed its strategic plan, considering Pakistan’s national and international commitments and the SUN Movement Strategy. SUNCSA Pak also built the capacity of its members on nutrition budget advocacy, nutrition sensitive programming and other issues. During the last 3 years, CSA sensitized over 200 parliamentarians on the value of investing in nutrition. In addition, over 250 journalists were oriented to highlight the impacts of malnutrition.
Languages: English, Urdu
Number of members: 180
Areas of expertise
- Budget Advocacy
- Generate political support and commitments for nutrition
- Implementation of nutrition related commitments
- Build technical capacities of CSOs
How to join this alliance
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