Scaling Up Nutrition People’s Forum Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka
SUN Civil Society Alliance of Sri Lanka was established in 2014. The Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance of Sri Lanka is made up of representatives from national and international non-governmental organizations, Civil Society organizations at the local level, professional organizations and individuals who are actively engaged in scaling up nutrition interventions in the country. We aim to initiate and sustain the multi-sector coalition of civil society organisations to advocate, monitor and contribute to the country's nutrition interventions at national and district levels.
Country: Sri Lanka
Number of members: 158
Areas of expertise
- CSO engagement and capacity building
- First 1000 days nutrition promotion
- Ensuring food security
- Better communication for nutrition promotion
How to join this alliance
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