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Scaling Up Nutrition

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Since 2010, the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement has inspired a new way of working collaboratively to end malnutrition, in all its forms. With the governments of the 65 SUN Countries in the lead, it unites people—from civil society, the United Nations, donors, businesses and researchers—in a collective effort to improve nutrition. Over 3000 local, national and international organisations, including World Vision, are members of the SUN movement, a global advocacy effort to mobilise governments, institutions, communities and families to prioritise nutrition as central to national development and imperative for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. World Vision actively participates in the global SUN Civil Society Network, the SUN Civil Society Executive Committee, the SUN Civil Society Strategy & Sustainability Task Force, and the SUN Advocacy & Communications COP, and supports World Vision staff who are engaged in many national-level SUN Task Forces.

Follow these links to find out more about World Vision’s work on:

Nutrition     Health 

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