SUN CSA Kenya, Kenya
Kenya’s SUN Civil Society Alliance (SUN CSA) was set up in October 2013 to ‘Mobilize Civil Societies to Champion Scaling up Nutrition in Kenya’. The alliance primarily undertakes capacity building of civil society organisations (CSOs) to scale up nutrition and advocacy at national and local levels. The networks support the government and, in particular, the Ministry of Health to develop nutrition related policy and communication documents.
Region: East and Southern Africa
Languages: English, French
Number of members: 48
Areas of expertise
- Institutional development
- Information sharing
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