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  • 22 October 2021

    Shaping commitments to improve nutrition data and accountability in support of food, health and prosperity for all

    The Nutrition Data Partner Group has released a brief aiming at advising governments, donors and development partners on the formulation of data-specific commitment for the Nutrition for Growth (N4G) Summit which will take place in Tokyo at the end of the year, 7-8 December. Sample commitments that can be adapted to country contexts can also be found in the short paper: “investing in information platforms at central or decentralized level to support decision making” is one of them. The full document can be accessed HERE.

  • 7 September 2021

    Webinar available on NIPN Phase II

    For those who missed the webinar on NIPN Phase II, recordings and powerpoint presentation are available here. In addition, the French and Spanish web pages now include the latest webinars on sustainability, data quality, and other themes.

  • 13 July 2021

    NIPN Global Gathering resources available online

    If you missed the opportunity to take part in the NIPN Global Gathering you can now find all materials online. Aligning country platforms under common goals and capitalising experience and knowledge across countries – this was the overall objective of the 3rd NIPN Global Gathering virtually hosted by the C4N-NIPN Global Support in March 2021. As most countries have implemented fully or partially a NIPN operational cycle, the NIPN Global Gathering represented an opportunity to take stock and share experiences on NIPN successes and limitations in strengthening multisectoral national governance for nutrition.

  • 7 July 2021

    NIPN Lessons Learned brief

    The NIPN Global Support has published a brief with insights from the design, set-up and early implementation of highly complex multisectoral collaboration of NIPNs in nine different country and institutional contexts. It outlines in detail lessons learnt for the design and set-up of platforms to help overcome challenges, it particularly highlights conditions for successful collaboration: leadership, alignment of objectives, roles and responsibilities, equal power balance and adequate capacities. The NIPN Lessons Learned brief can be accessed on the NIPN website resources page.

  • 18 March 2021

    NIPN Global Gathering 2021 begins

    Powerful opening statements launched by Marjeta Jager of the European Commission, Martin Hoppe from BMZ and Gerda Verburg from the SUN movement opened the 3rd NIPN Global Gathering 2021. Under the headline “Strengthening NIPN approach into the national multi-sectoral governance for nutrition”, country delegations from Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lao PDR, Niger and Uganda take part in the virtual Global Gathering workshops from 22-25 March. Full introduction of speakers and their opening statements are available here. During the Global Gathering, video recordings of daily presentations in English will regularly be uploaded on the webinar page of the NIPN website.

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