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  • 27 January 2020

    C4N taking on management of NIPN

    Capacity for Nutrition (C4N), a multi donor action set up by the European Commission (EC) and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), began to manage the National Information Platforms for Nutrition Programme (NIPN) at the global level in January 2020. C4N is implemented by GIZ and is part of the programme Knowledge for Nutrition (K4N).

    The EC is pleased to see continuity in the NIPN programme with the engagement of two colleagues who also worked for the Global Support Facility (GSF): Perrine Geniez and Julien Chalimbaud. They will be joined by two new team members: Laura Barrington and Ingo Neu. The C4N team will continue the work in the current four work streams:

    • Country Support
    • Capacity Development
    • Capturing Experience & Lessons Learnt
    • Global Coordination

    The Commission recognizes the benefits of having the coordination of NIPN at a global level embedded in the EU’s and BMZ’s major Food and Nutrition Security programmes.

    You can contact the C4N-NIPN team at NIPN-C4N@giz.de if you have any questions.

  • 25 November 2019

    NIPN training session on functional skills

    The GSF organised a one-week training on November 18-22 in Ethiopia to strengthen the leadership capacity and functional skills of key individuals in NIPN host organisations across 9 countries.
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  • 6 November 2019

    NIPN @ SUN Global Gathering

    On the 6th of November, during the SUN Global Gathering in Kathmandu, representatives from the Global Support Facility and from the NIPNs of Lao PDR and Niger shared the experience of NIPN in a workshop entitled "More or better data for improved decision-making for nutrition?". More.

  • 16 October 2019

    NIPN capacity building workshop in Bangladesh

    On October 14-16, the Global Support Facility organised a capacity building workshop on the NIPN operational cycle for the NIPN team and partners in Bangladesh. It gathered participants from the Bangladesh National Nutrition Council (BNNC), the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS), the Bangladesh Institute for Development Studies (BIDS), Helen Keller International (HKI) and the Ministries of Food, Health and Planning.

  • 25 July 2019

    NIPN publication - Lao PDR

    In Lao PDR, under the umbrella of the NIPN, the Centre for Development Policy Research of Ministry of Planning and Investment and UNICEF have published a report from a "Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Analysis on Stunting". More.

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