Country government

Sri Lanka

Nutrition for Growth (N4G) commitment to 2020

Reported progress

Assessment

Financial commitments
London 2013

Increase domestic financial and technical resources for nutrition in health, agriculture, and education sectors by up to 30% by 2016.

Reported progress

No Response

Assessment
No response
Impact commitments
London 2013

1. Prevalence of stunting and underweight children reduced by 40% to 8.4% by 2016.

2. Reduce wasting to less than 5%.

3. Prevalence of low birth weight children reduced to 11.9% by 2016.

4. Prevalence of underweight women reduced by 30% to 11.1% by 2016.

5. Prevalence of anaemia reduced among children aged 6–59 months to 16.5% and among non- pregnant women aged 15–45 years to 18% by 2016 (50% reduction).

6. No increase of overweight children under 5 years from 2012 figures.

7. Household food insecurity reduced to 10% of households by 2016 (from 20% in 2009).

8. Reduction of households not having access to safe drinking water to 8.4% by 2016 and reduction of households lacking adequate sanitation facilities to 10% by 2016.

Reported progress

No Response

Assessment
No response