TAN

Developing the Second Uganda Nutrition Action Plan

Through its Technical Assistance for Nutrition (TAN) project, funded with UK aid from the UK Government, Nutrition International recently supported the Republic of Uganda in the development of the country’s second national multi-sectoral nutrition action plan referred to as the ‘Uganda Nutrition Action Plan.' Read More…

Working with Philippine Provinces to Integrate Nutrition into Provincial and Local Development Plans

In summer 2019, Nutrition International, through its NI TAN project, supported a series of three to four-day provincial workshops benefiting 32 provinces of the Philippines, and targeting staff from municipalities and cities across multiple sectors. Read More…

Working Together to Develop Sub-national Nutrition Action Plans in Kenya

Makueni County Nutrition Action Plan Launch

Nutrition International  is currently supporting the development of County Nutrition Action Plans (CNAPs) in Kenya. Read More…

Putting gender on the table: Integrating gender and nutrition

Alina leading workshop

Nutrition International, through the Technical Assistance for Nutrition (TAN) project, with support from gender consultant Alina Meyer, recently helped integrate gender equality into the Functional Capacity-Building Workshop for Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Focal Points and Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) or agriculture Focal Points held in Stockholm from June 9-11, 2019. Read More…

TAN Project

A women taking notes

TAN Project: Building countries’ capacity to scale up nutrition by working with governments to reduce malnutrition Countries that have signed up to the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement can now tap into Nutrition International’s (formerly the Micronutrient Initiative) team of experts to improve country capacity to design, deliver and track the progress of multi-sectoral nutrition programs to
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Nutrition International and SUN Movement Secretariat share findings of nutrition data mapping in 57 countries

The SUN Movement Secretariat (SMS) and Nutrition International worked on the establishment of a baseline that will help understand the status of each country’s information systems for nutrition and where countries need most support to fill data gaps to optimally gather, analyze and use nutrition information. Read More…