Nutrition for Growth (N4G) commitment to 2020
Increase government budget allocations to support the building plan.
The National Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Plan 2016-2020, with a total cost of US$470 million, was adopted in May 2016 by the Government. Investments in nutrition have been included under the priorities of the Public Investment Program (PIP).The mobilization of resources for the financing of this plan was made during a donor roundtable organized in September 2016. The government contributes up to 15% of the overall cost.
No information provided on whether government funding has increased from baseline, although attempts to track it moving forward are underway.
Contribute 15% of the overall cost to implement the National Multisectoral Nutrition Plan, which will represent 70 million USD over 5 years.
The tracking of disbursements started since mid-August 2019.
The government contributes "up to" 15% of the cost, although more information will be needed once results on government disbursements become available.
Ce sont faire passer le taux de l'allaitement exclusif de 12% à 50%, de maintenir le taux du surpoids chez les enfants en dessous de 5%.de réduire l'anemie chez les enfants de 75% à 56% et chez la femme de 54% à 40,5%.
Increase exclusive breastfeeding from 12% to 50%, maintain overweight rate in children under 5%, reduce anemia in children from 75% to 56% and in women from 54% to 40.5%
According to the latest MICS survey (2016), exclusive breastfeeding has increased from 12% to 23.5%. A $10 million national breastfeeding multisectoral plan was adopted. In terms of overweight, the prevalence remains under 5%. There is also a decline in anemia in children, however, the prevalence of anemia among women of childbearing age is increasing.
Progress has been made in breastfeeding, but is unlikely to meet the target by 2020; anemia among women is increasing, and it is unclear whether anemia has declined sufficiently among children. Only the target for overweight among children is clearly on course.
Increase rates of exclusive breastfeeding in the first 6 months from 23% to 72% by 2025.
According to the latest MICS survey (2016), exclusive breastfeeding has increased from 12% to 23.5%.
Based on the average annual increase in exclusive breastfeeding required to meet the target, progress between 2013 and 2016 has been insufficient.
1. Reduce the prevalence of chronic malnutrition, from 29.8% to 20% in 2018.
2. Reduce the rate of acute malnutrition at the national level of 7.1% to less than 5% by 2018, focusing on areas of high prevalence.
3. Eliminate by 2018 all the problems related to iodine deficiency, strengthening legislation, by controlling the quality of the salt in the border areas and in sentinel community sites and in promoting consumption of iodized salt.
An analysis of the nutritional context was conducted in August/September 2019, and results are not yet available. Below are the most recent results available (MICS 2016):
1. According to the latest MICS survey (2016), the prevalence of stunting decreased from 29.8% to 21.6%.
2. Wasting decreased from 7.1% to 6%.
3. A plan to eradicate problems related to iodine deficiency has been developed at a cost of US$2 million. The legislation has been strengthened by a new decree that includes all interministerial orders.
Progress has been made in two out of three of the commitments according to the most recently available data.
1. Create a favorable environment for nutrition by strengthening national laws and regulations.
2. Developing a multisectoral breastfeeding policy to provide mothers with a supportive breastfeeding environment so that children can benefit from the practice.
3. Setting up regional nutrition committees.
Dans le cadre de la dernière Conference Internationale sur la Nutriton ( CIN2), des engagements ont été pris et traduits dans le Plan National Multisectoriel de Nutrition 2016-2020.
Following the last International conference on nutrition (ICN2), commitments were made and translated into the multisectoral national nutrition plan 2016-2020.
The National Multisectoral Nutrition Policy and Plan have been validated and integrated into the National Development Plan and registered in the PIP (Public Investment Program).
Adopted a multisectoral nutrition plan as intended.
Finalise a plan for the 2014–2018 period to strengthen nutrition interventions with high impact, based on the National Health Plan and the National Development Plan.