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Nutrition budget advocacy : handbook for civil society

Chapter 1:

Within this chapter, readers gain proficiency in all of the concepts involved in nutrition budget advocacy. This includes both nutrition-related concepts and budgetary concepts.

Chapter 2:

This chapter explains what a budget advocacy strategy is and therefore why such a strategy is developed.

Chapter 3:

Readers are taught how to prepare a budget analysis because this is the basis of all budget advocacy. This is done by outlining available methodologies and therefore offering practical advice.

Chapter 4:

The final chapter uses case studies as examples that will help readers deliver a successful nutrition budget advocacy campaign.

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#CostOfCodex social media toolkit

A toolkit to support campaigning for the protection of breastfeeding, including infographics and suggested social media posts.

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Web series: « The international code of marketing of breast-milk substitutes. »

Listen to the recording of the 3 BMS webinars from the SUN CSN youtube Channel (link below).

Recordings available:

1 – Introduction to the BMS Code
2 – WHA 69.9 resolution and implications for the Code, follow-up formula and growing-up milk.
3 – New Guidance on inappropriate Promotion of Foods for infants and young children: From Words to Practice

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New guidance on inappropriate promotion of foods for infants and young children: from words to practice

The World Health Assembly of 2016 welcomed guidance from the WHO as to what constitutes the inappropriate promotion of foods for infants and young children. This is because the infant and young child feeding practise recently been put under the global spotlight. Therefore including the growing and diverse complimentary food market. This webinar is designed to share with you the new guidance and what it means using practical examples to, therefore, empower you to advise a wide range of stakeholders on this important topic.

Author: Jane Badham – Dietitian and Nutritionist
Consultant to Assessment and Research on Child Feeding Project: Helen Keller International

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WHA 69.9 – What is it and what are the implications of it?

WHA 69.9 resolution and implications for the Code, follow-up formula and growing-up milk.

Jane Badham’s presentation from the webinar series: « The International Code of Marketing of Breast-Milk Substitutes. » Led by Helen Keller International, ARCH (assessment and Research on child feeding).

About the Author: Jane Badham is both a registered dietitian and registered nutritionist in South Africa. She has run her own global health communication and strategy company for 25 years. Her special interest is in maternal-infant and young child nutrition and associated global policy and regulatory matters. She is a consultant to Helen Keller International’s ARCH project.

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SUN – national nutrition plans

This checklist for good national nutrition plans is the first of its kind. It was launched in 2016 by the UN Network for SUN and the SUN Movement Secretariat.

There is a strong consensus that harmonised support to national processes is a prerequisite for sustainable development. However, no standards or guidance has been made available to define what constitutes quality nutrition plans. Therefore leading to the development of this checklist. Designed for policymakers, based in national planning bodies and line ministries, nutrition stakeholders involved in planning processes, as well as independent reviewers. This checklist aims to assist the systematic review of existing multi-sectoral nutrition plans and other nutrition-related sectoral planning documents. In parallel, it serves as a complementary guiding tool in the development of new plans.

The checklist has been shared with the 57 SUN Countries – especially those that are embarking on new planning cycles. Additional inputs will be included in a second iteration of the Checklist planned for the end of 2018.

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What is the SUN movement? (Video)

At it’s extreme, nutrition can be a matter of life and death. The first 1,000 days – from pregnancy to the second birthday – is a pivotal moment that determines a child’s destiny.

Good nutrition builds strong immune systems, supercharging children’s chances of survival and protecting them their whole lives.

This is why we come together as a movement, to take action, to scale up what works, to encourage leadership and to ensure that nutrition reaches and remains a top priority.

We cannot do this alone. Our SUN Countries are at the forefront with stakeholders from all areas marching behind. Together, we can end malnutrition in all its forms.

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Effective coalition – building in nutrition

This ‘lessons learnt’ report summarises the experiences of civil society organisations working in nutrition. Therefore discovering effective ways to build partnerships and coalitions with government bodies and other organisations working towards shared goals.

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Guidance – enabling good governance

Developed through a consultative process with SUN CSN members, this guidance sets out good practice in establishing the governance of civil society alliances in a way that ensures transparency, accountability, effectiveness, responsiveness, and participation, while clearly defining roles and responsibilities.

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SUN Movement strategy & roadmap 2016-2020

The Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement, launched in 2010, has inspired a new way of working collaboratively to end malnutrition in all its forms. Led by countries and additional stakeholders, it has mobilized an unprecedented political will to improve nutritional status’ of everyone, everywhere.

This Strategy and its accompanying Road Map (2016-2020) underscores that there are few challenges facing the global community today that match the scale of malnutrition, a condition that directly affects one in three people. There has been some progress, but much more needs to be done.

The SUN Movement has brought together governments, United Nations agencies, businesses, donors, civil society organizations and individuals in a collective mission to uphold the right to good food and nutrition. It has also helped to illuminate the importance of nutrition in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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