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Madagascar

In February 2012, the Republic of Madagascar joined the SUN Movement with a letter of commitment from Jean François, the National Coordinator for the Office of National Nutrition. By 2015, a private sector and research platform was in the process of being validated and today, the Madagascar SUN Business Network is emerging with 8 members, a dedicated national coordinator, support from the World Food Programme and expects to launch officially in early 2019.

Last updated: January 2019

8 members

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Xavier Poncin

SUN Business Network Coordinator

World Food Programme (WFP)

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Country Network Coordinators welcome enquiries about joining or engaging with the network

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47.3%

Under Five Stunting

8.2%

Under Five Wasting

0%

Under Five Overweight

Network Strategy

The annual workplan of SBN Madagascar details how the Network plans to support and improve the contribution of the private sector to improve nutrition in Madagascar.

To further support the objectives, SBN Madagascar plans to launch an official network strategy in 2019.

View the SBN Madagascar Workplan

Current Network Priorities

  • Develop the SBN in Madagascar
  • Improve nutrition policies and regulations
  • Strengthen nutrition value chains
  • Increase the availability of fortified foods
  • Increase awareness and demand for nutrition

Examples of multistakeholder/multisectoral partnerships

  • WFP is coordinating the SBN
  • SBN is participating to the quarterly multi stakeholder network meeting led by the SUN focal point