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    Measuring multiple facets of malnutrition simultaneously: the missing link in setting nutrition targets and policymaking

    Food Security, 2015
    Attention to nutrition continues to grow. The recent surge in interest has included widening agreement on two major issues: first, nutrition goals cannot be achieved through targeted actions alone; nutrition-sensitive interventions are needed as well. Second, the multiple actions required to address all forms of malnutrition through the lifecycle cannot be proxied by a single target or metric.
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    Is There an Enabling Environment for Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture in South Asia? Stakeholder Perspectives from India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan

    Food and Nutrition Bulletin (FNB), 2015
    Almost half of all children in South Asia are stunted. Although agriculture has the potential to be a strong driver of undernutrition reduction and serves as the main source of livelihood for over half of South Asia’s population, its potential to reduce undernutrition is currently not being realized.
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    How WFP Contributed to Serving More Than 1 Million Nutrition Beneficiaries Annually in Niger

    World Food Programme, 2015
    In April 2015, two case-studies were released by the World Food Programme (WFP) about how they supported the Scaling-Up-Nutrition Roll-Out in Malawi and Niger. This is the case study for Niger.
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    How WFP Supported the Scaling-up-Nutrition (SUN) Roll-Out in Malawi

    World Food Programme, 2015
    In April 2015, two case-studies were released by the World Food Programme (WFP) about how they supported the Scaling-Up-Nutrition Roll-Out in Malawi and Niger. This is the case study on Malawi.
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    10 Critical Steps to address Child Under-nutrition in Zambia, permanently

    Zambia Civil Society Scaling Up Nutrition Alliance, 2013
    This brief from the Zambia Civil Society Scaling Up Nutrition Alliance (CSO-SUN) outlines recommendations made to the government for the first 100 days for a Successful First 1000 Most Critical Days Programme. These 10 recommendations are as follows:1. Build political will to tackle under-nutrition;2. Ensure effective high-level national coordination;
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    Malnutrition in Zambia. ‘Quick wins’ for government in 12-18 months

    Zambia Civil Society Scaling Up Nutrition Alliance, 2014
    Malnutrition in Zambia stands at embarrassingly high levels for a middle-income country, and the persistent rates are undermining social development and national economic growth.This briefing outlines five major problems which are blocking reductions in child malnutrition. It also provides recommendations to government on how to resolve these.
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    National agriculture policy recommendations

    Zambia Civil Society Scaling Up Nutrition Alliance, 2014
    The Government of Zambia in coming up with the draft National Agriculture Policy (NAP) and its implementation plan is prepared to ensure that agriculture is positioned to drive growth and development in Zambia.
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    Ten Steps to address under-nutrition in Zambia

    Zambia Civil Society Scaling Up Nutrition Alliance, 2013
    The Government in Zambia has a new programme on malnutrition, the 1000 most critical days programme andchild nutrition is increasingly being seen as a priority for government, civil society and the private sector alike. This brief outlines ten recommendations for the first 100 days for a Successful First 1000 Most Critical Days Programme in Zambia.
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    Independent comprehensive evaluation of the scaling up nutrition movement

    Mokoro, 2015
    This is a report of an independent comprehensive evaluation of the Scaling Up Nutrition movement (SUN). The terms of reference for this evaluation were to assess all aspects of SUN's performance and pose options for the evolution of SUN to build on strengths and address weaknesses. Recommendations from the report are as follows:
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    2014-2015 Global Food Policy Report

    International Food Policy Research Institute, 2015
    This report puts into perspective the major food policy issues, developments, and decisions in 2014 and highlights challenges and opportunities for 2015. Drawing on rigorous research, IFPRI researchers and other distinguished food policy experts consider a wide range of crucial questions:

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