It was agreed that since issues to do with nutrition involve various stakeholders, even programmes that may not be directly linked to the commission may appear in this menu with hyperlinks to the key ministries/institutions that directly address them. We will just talk about how we are involved or what role nutrition plays


Monitoring is a logical and regular gathering of information from projects and programmes for a number of reasons, which include the following: (1) To discover from experiences and make better practices and actions in the future; (2) To have an understanding on the resources utilized and the results attained; (3) To make informed resolutions on the future of the undertaking. Nutrition monitoring and evaluation are distinct though related efforts but with different objectives.

Research, divided into basic and operational research is a very important...


According to the 1998 UNICEF conceptual framework, the immediate and underlying causes of malnutrition are affected by government systems and structures. Governance ensures that public goods and services are provided to citizens in a fair manner. human resource development.


In Zambia, the nutrition activities are governed around the National Food and Nutrition Commission (NFNC) Act of 1967, CAP 308 of the Laws of Zambia. It provides the directives on key actions for improving nutrition in the country. The Act is supported by various...

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