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In August 2012, the Republic of Kenya joined the SUN Movement with a letter of commitment from HE Beth Mugo, the Minister for Public Health and Sanitation. In order to support the government’s multistakeholder vision to end malnutrition, a network of interested businesses began to grow. Today, the SUN Business Network boasts representation from a wide range of industries from farming and food transport to financial institutions and healthcare providers. Not only is the network engaging across industries, the Kenyan SUN Business Network Secretariat features representation from no less than three government ministries, private sector associations and UNICEF.

Last updated: August 2019

72 members

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Navneet Mittal

SUN Business Network Coordinator

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26%

Under Five Stunting

4%

Under Five Wasting

4.1%

Under Five Overweight

Current Network Priorities

  1. Drive SBN Membership
  2. Develop SBN Strategy
  3. Develop a Resource Mobilization Plan

Examples of multistakeholder/ multisectoral partnerships

1. Formation of SUN Business Network Secretariat with representations from:

  • Ministry of Health (MoH)
  • Ministry of Agriculture (MoA)
  • Ministry of Trade (MoT)
  • Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS)
  • Kenya Association of Manufactures (KAM)
  • Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA)
  • UNICEF Kenya
  • FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation)
  • UN Sustainable Development Goals Partnership Platform (SDG PP)
  • GAIN and WFP being the convener and co-convener respectively
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