Stories of change in nutrition

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Stories of Change in Nutrition are a series of structured case studies in 6 countries: Bangladesh, Nepal, Odisha (India), Ethiopia, Senegal and Zambia. These ‘stories’ aim to improve our understanding of what drives impact in reducing undernutrition, and how enabling environments and pro-nutrition policy and implementation processes can be cultivated and sustained. This work is funded by CIFF and DFID through Transform Nutrition.

What works to improve nutrition? Success stories and lessons learned from six countries

Stories of Change in Nutrition hosted a symposium at the Micronutrient Forum on Sunday 23rd October 2016.

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We were delighted to see over 50 people in the room including representatives from SUN, NGOs, research organisations and donors for our symposium at the Micronutrient Forum. This interesting and interactive session had an invited panel to present and discuss the ‘Stories of Change in Nutrition’ project which has been funded by CIFF and DFID. [Read more...]

Stories of Change in Nutrition at the Micronutrient Forum 2016, Cancun

What works to improve nutrition? Success stories and lessons learned from six countries

Please join our high level panel on Sunday 23 October for an interesting and interactive session to discuss the Stories of Change in Nutrition project. This project aims to support experiential learning on how to address the challenge of undernutrition in different contexts. We have investigated what has worked, what hasn’t, why and how to help countries learn from each other, and share ideas and approaches.

When: Sunday 23 October 14.00–15.30

Where: Cozumel 2, Cancun International Convention Center

•• Stories of Change in Nutrition: a brief introduction (Stuart Gillespie)
••Drivers of change in nutrition in Senegal: the critical role of political institutions (Rahul Rawat)
•• Stories of change in nutrition in Zambia (Jody Harris)
•• Insights on scaling-up delivery of health and nutrition interventions from a 25-year retrospective analysis of Odisha (Rasmi Avula)
••Championing nutrition: effective leadership for action (Namukolo Covic)
•• Stories of Change in Nutrition: what have we learnt? (Stuart Gillespie)
•• Strengthening nutrition governance: lessons from REACH approach in eight countries (Jess Fanzo)

Please register for this free event for conference participants on eventbrite

Stories of Change in Nutrition outputs and events.

UK book launch of Nourishing Millions

Monday July 11, 2016 17.30-19.15 pm – Stanmer House, Brighton

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In recent years, the world has seen unprecedented attention and political commitment to addressing malnutrition. As nutrition rapidly rises on the global agenda, guidance is urgently needed on how to design, implement, and evaluate nutrition-enhancing policies and interventions. Nourishing Millions: Stories of Change in Nutrition brings together the most intriguing stories about improving nutrition from the past five decades. These stories provide insight into what works in nutrition, what does not, and the factors that contribute to success. [Read more...]