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This handbook is intended for civil society and those who are keen to enter the field of advocacy, specifically nutrition financing (parliamentarians, SUN platforms and Focal Points, members of government and civil servants).
This handbook is designed to provide an improved understanding of budget advocacy and contains four main sections. The initial sections provide a sound understanding of the various key concepts as well as budget classification. The final two sections provide specific guidance and examples on preparing, delivering and monitoring budget advocacy.
CHAPTER 1 enables readers to gain proficiency in all of the technical concepts involved in nutrition budget advocacy: both nutrition-related concepts and budgetary concepts.
CHAPTER 2 gets straight to the heart of the issue by helping the reader to understand what a budget advocacy strategy is and the basis on which such a strategy is developed.
CHAPTER 3 helps readers to prepare a budget analysis (the basis of all budget advocacy) by providing an outline of available methodologies and offering practical advice.
CHAPTER 4 uses case studies as examples that will help readers deliver a successful nutrition budget advocacy campaign on the basis of previous experience.