United Nations System Standing Committee on Nutrition (UNSCN)
 
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United Nations System Standing Committee on Nutrition (UNSCN)

UNSCN is the food and nutrition policy harmonization forum of the United Nations.


The mandate of the UNSCN is to promote cooperation among UN agencies and partner organizations in support of community, national, regional, and international efforts to end malnutrition in all of its forms in this generation. It will do this by refining the direction, increasing the scale and strengthening the coherence and impact of actions against malnutrition world wide, and raise awareness of nutrition problems and mobilize commitment to solve them at global, regional and national levels.

The UNSCN vision is a world free from hunger and malnutrition where there are no longer impediments to human development, and its mandate is to promote cooperation among UN agencies and partner organizations in support of community, national, regional, and international efforts to end malnutrition in all of its forms in this generation.

The UNSCN was created in 1977 as the ACC Subcommittee on Nutrition. At that time it was accountable to the Administrative Committee on Coordination of the UN (ACC). As a result of the UN Reform of the ACC (which was renamed as the Chief Executives Board CEB), the Subcommittee continued its functions as the United Nations System Standing Committee on Nutrition (UNSCN). It reported to the CEB.

The vision and mandate are laid down in the Strategic Framework 2006-2010, approved at the 33rd Session in March 2006. The Strategic Framework guides the development of activities by the SCN over the next five years and is to be reviewed again in 2010.

The separate SCN Action Plan is a rolling five year plan, that will serve to guide the development of more detailed annual work plans, subject of course to funds being raised.

Participants at the 33rd SCN Session agreed to a SCN Private Sector Engagement Policy that was developed by a Task Force established to explore if and how the SCN could engage the private sector in ways that could help realize its mandate.
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