Employing Evidence in Policy Advocacy to Mobilise Parliamentarians on Nutrition in Tanzania: Some Lessons from the Hunger and Nutrition Commitment Index (HANCI)

Seballos, F., te Lintelo, D., and Pittore, K.
HANCI Case Study
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This case study shares experiences from a collaboration between Partnership for Action on Nutrition in Tanzania (PANITA) and the Institute of Development Studies (IDS, UK), using HANCI evidence to support policy advocacy with the Tanzanian Parliamentary Group for Nutrition, Food Security and Child Rights
(PG-NFSCR).

The lessons are intended to help other CSOs think through the ways in which they can utilise and apply HANCI data in their own in-country advocacy work.

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26-Oct-15
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