Undernutrition leads to 3.5 million child deaths every year and impairs the health and development of many more.
The causes of maternal and child undernutrition – food insecurity, poor health and inappropriate care – are preventable; still, many countries struggle to achieve a sustainable reduction of child undernutrition because their resources and capacity are not sufficient to accelerate the scale-up of nutrition actions needed.
REACH is a country-led approach to scale-up proven and effective interventions addressing child undernutrition through the partnership and coordinated action of UN agencies, civil society, donors, and the private sector, under the leadership of national governments.
REACH co-facilitates the UN network for SUN, together with the UN Standing Committee on Nutrition.
News and updates:
Joint evaluation by the evaluation services of FAO, UNICEF, WHO and WFP (host of REACH) as well as Canada demonstrates that REACH is a successful vehicle for advancing the Scaling Up Nutrition Movement at the country level
10 November 2015
24 April 2015
REACH Bangladesh releases a participatory film ...
20 July 2014
REACH Annual Report for 2013 now available
Un focus sur le REACH dans le bulletin humanitaire OCHA du Chad
17 December 2012
WFP Press releas 09 November 2012
7 November 2012