The 2015 Global Nutrition report makes it clear that global progress to reduce malnutrition has been slow and uneven. Nearly half of all countries face multiple serious burdens of malnutrition such as poor child growth, micro nutrient deficiency, and adult overweight and obesity. No country is on track to achieve the global nutrition targets established by the World Health Assembly. Some countries, however, have made notable progress and the Report seeks to understand the factors that contributed to improvements. Poor nutrition in the first 1,000 days of children’s lives can have irreversible consequences such as stunting.
A National Plan for Food and Nutrition (NPFN) (2011-2015) is in place. The plan is in line with the National Midterm Development Plan (2010-2014). A national action plan on nutrition is currently being developed to ensure alignment with the 2015 – 2019 National Midterm Development Plan.

Considering current situation of nutrition problem in Indonesia, Save the Children wants to organize a policy research in order to better understand its root causes. In order to achieve this purpose, Save the Children is seeking a consultant to conduct a scoping study on nutrition during the first 1,000 days, focusing on policies and their implementation both at national and sub national level.

We are seeking for Research Consultant Scoping Study on Nutrition in Indonesia
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Send the electronic copy of your proposal and the Expression of Interest form and CV to: with a Subject: SS Nutrition- <your company> with the latest date:  18 November  2015 Jakarta Time. Please do not send after this date.