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In May and June 2016, the first budget tracking of government expenditure on nutrition in Sierra Leone was conducted by ACF with an external consultant from Oxford Policy Management (OPM). Implemented through the SUN three step approach, this study enabled an analysis of the trends of government funding between 2012 and 2015, and is a useful tool for further accountability on nutrition funding in Sierra Leone. It describes expenditure on both nutrition specific and nutrition sensitive interventions, and disaggregates it by ministries, including the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Social welfare and Ministry of Water resources.
This publication was presented to nutrition stakeholders in Sierra Leone (ministries’ representatives, parliamentarians, UN agencies, donors, civil society) during a workshop organised by ACF for the N4G media event in Rio that took place in Rio (Brazil) on 4th August.
You can consult the advocacy report with our analysis and recommendations here. For more information please contact Laetitia Battisti (firstname.lastname@example.org), advocacy officer for ACF in Sierra Leone.
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