Welcome to the Scaling up Nutrition toolkit on Multi Stakeholder Platforms (MSP) for Nutrition.
This topic area provides the background knowledge which underpins the MSP design process. It covers the role of MSPs and why they are an essential element in tackling malnutrition in all its forms; provides the concepts and definitions referred to throughout the toolkit; and gives an overview of options and examples for MSP design.Find out more
This topic area provides guidance and tools which help to understand the context within which you are designing an MSP. The guides in this section help you to analyse the existing networks and platforms within your context; understand what you want your MSP to achieve; and define the barriers and opportunities to creating an effective MSP for nutrition.Find out more
This topic area provides guidance and tools which help to ensure that you are bringing the right stakeholders into the MSP and are making the most of existing nutrition champions and advocates. The guides in this section help you to map the stakeholders who should be included in the MSP and understand the power balance between them; and build stakeholder support and maintain commitment and accountability over time.Find out more
This topic area provides guidance and tools which outline options for how to run the MSP, including both the structure you will create and the process by which it works. The guides in this section help you to understand the balance between formal or informal interactions in the MSP; and to move from broad ideas to detailed plans at either central or decentralised level, including advocating for resources to support the MSP.Find out more
This topic area provides guidance and tools which assist you in monitoring the MSP and reviewing progress. The guides in this section help you to define the indicators for monitoring the MSP’s actions; generating lessons for reflection; and improving and developing capacities for action. This section is particularly useful for situations where an MSP exists but needs to be revamped to function better.Find out more