Synthesis: exploring multi-sectoral programming at the sub-national level in Senegal, Nepal and Kenya

by Tui Swinnen, Jeremy Shoham and Carmel Dolan
Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN), 2018

18 pp. 2.0 MB
https://www.ennonline.net/attachments/2774/MSP_Summary_21Mar18.pdf

For practitioners and policymakers working in nutrition, there is limited evidence and documentation available on how nutrition-sensitive and multi-sector programmes are being operationalised, and how these programmes interact with existing institutional architecture and structures at the sub-national level. Documentation has often centred around policies, strategies and frameworks at the national level and guidance is still fairly generic and “top down”. This series comprises 3 country case studies from selected “high achieving” Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) countries with a strong track record in championing and improving undernutrition – Kenya, Nepal and Senegal. The country case studies are accompanied by a synthesis document that draws out key lessons.

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