South Sudan Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance, South Sudan
The South Sudan SUN CSA is a growing network of organisations, both International and National NGOs whose sole purpose is to advocate for interventions that support the improvement of the nutrition status of mothers and children of South Sudan. The SUN CSA works under the leadership of the SUN focal point, the Undersecretary in the Ministry of Health to support increased government spending and commitment to improve nutrition in South Sudan.
Country: South Sudan
Region: East and Southern Africa
Number of members: 42
Areas of expertise
- Bringing People Together
- Community Mobilization
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