Nutrition

The purpose of this TAN project country brief is to illustrate the importance of impactful technical assistance for achieving better nutrition outcomes. It draws on multiple sources of information, including technical assistance reports, surveys, government documents, and external assessments. This brief highlights how Nutrition International’s technical assistance has contributed to reinvigorating the nutrition agenda in the Philippines, supporting multiple levels of government to develop and effectively implement national and local multi-sectoral nutrition plans.

Following wide consultation across the Scaling up Nutrition (SUN) Movement, a new Strategy was agreed by the SUN Movement Lead Group at their annual meeting, held 7 December 2020. This document provides a brief oversight to complement the comprehensive Strategy document and its annexes.

This World Bank report presents a comprehensive analysis of undernutrition in the Philippines. It describes high rates of undernutrition among Filipino children and provides evidence of why it is critical for the government of the Philippines to prioritize tackling this persistent challenge. The report assesses the determinants and causes of childhood undernutrition and reviews current policies and programs directed at addressing this problem.

This document was developed mainly from the learning from the ZFF’s City Nutrition Governance Program (CNGP), in partnership with Nutrition International (NI), which ran from 2019 to 2021.

This is IEC material is based on the report of the Rapid Nutrition Assessment Survey (RNAS) conducted by the Food and Nutrition Research.

This is the communication plan prepared by the National Nutrition Council for 2021 Nutrition Month.

The Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Strategy 2021–2025 (SUN 3.0) prioritizes country leadership and focuses on supporting systemic change at the country level. It seeks to capture the ambition of SUN countries and guide the work of all actors at all levels – national and subnational, regional and global – aligning concerted action behind and responding to commonly agreed national priorities set out by governments in SUN countries.

This World Bank report presents a comprehensive analysis of undernutrition in the Philippines. It describes high rates of undernutrition among Filipino children and provides evidence of why it is critical for the government of the Philippines to prioritize tackling this persistent challenge. The report assesses the determinants and causes of childhood undernutrition and reviews current policies and programs directed at addressing this problem.

A seminal discourse that identifies seven imperatives on why local governments should invest in nutrition and build resiliency through investments in nutrition.

A. Why Invest in Nutrition
B. Investing in Nutrition in the New Normal

Why Invest in Nutrition?

Investing in Nutrition in the New Normal