The cycle of undernutrition cannot be broken by governments, businesses, philanthropists or civil society alone. It requires effective partnerships that work towards systemic and sustainable solutions.
That’s why we are committed to convening and building new and stronger partnerships that make the most of all the skills, knowledge, experience and resources that exist across private, public and non-governmental sectors.
By bringing together funders, expert implementing partners and national governments who can drive improvements to nutrition on an unprecedented scale.
The Power of Nutrition invests in high burden countries where stunting rates are over 30 percent and where at least 250,000 children under five are affected by stunting.
We work with implementing partners who have a strong track record in delivering effective programmes and who have the capacity to support governments work at scale to increase access to nutrition.
These investments are also carefully designed to help governments to improve the national and local systems that deliver high impact nutrition services.
In addition to ensuring that the programmes we invest in have the greatest possible reach, this approach enables us to support the development of sustainable and long term solutions to undernutrition.
Reducing undernutrition on a sustainable level requires increased funding and enduring commitment from all stakeholders. The Power of Nutrition aims to leverage global commitment to nutrition by sharing the impact of our partnerships on improving nutrition outcomes.
The positive impact of our programmes will encourage greater prioritisation of nutrition by governments, international NGOs, global institutions and the private sector.
We also aim to contribute to the global learning agenda and knowledge base on undernutrition, along with our key partners.