The REACH Framework

REACH acts at both global and national level. 

At the global level, it focuses on four key areas - advocacy and communication, knowledge sharing, partnerships, and monitoring and evaluation - to facilitate at the national level a unique process that improves nutrition governance and management.

Such process is expected to lead to four outcomes:

  1. Increased awareness and consensus of stakeholders of the nutrition situation and of the best strategies and priorities for improvement
  2. Strengthened national policies and programmes that operationalize and address nutrition through a multisectoral approach
  3. Increased human and institutional capacity on nutrition security action at all levels
  4. Increased effectiveness and accountability of stakeholders in implementing at scale and supporting nutrition actions.

 

 

© WFP 2012

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 REACH framework diagram

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