The Vice President of Sierra Leone, Victor Foh, has said that the Food and Nutrition Security Implementation Plan (FNSIP) will boost nutrition and food security in the country, reports NaijaAgroNet.
NaijaAgroNet gathered that considerable efforts have been invested into the blueprint FNISP to ensure a collaborative approach to achieving the goal of food and nutrition security, as well as building a healthy nation.
According to Foh, FNSIP, which he launched on behalf of the President, Ernest Koroma at Aberdeen recently, “will serve to boost food and nutrition security issues in the National Development Agenda, especially in the fight against ebola and other infectious diseases and in the post-ebola recovery phase.”
He also pointed out that FNSIP will also serve as an advocacy tool for mobilizing resources on behalf of nutrition implementing agencies, and will broadly encourage and motivate nutrition stakeholders to use the strategy as a working document accepted by all.”
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