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About
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ANLP

 

 

The ANLP is committed to the development of both individual and organisational leadership capabilities in the broader area of nutrition on the African continent.

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ANLP
Immersion
10 day

 

 

The aim of the African Nutrition Leadership Programme (ANLP) is to develop individual and institutional leadership capacity at various levels in nutrition across the African continent.

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ANLP Change Leadership for Groups & Organisations

 

Tailor-made, needs-based leadership development programmes focused on developing the abilities of individuals to lead the implementation of nutrition related interventions as members of multi sectoral groups and teams operating on a national and district level.

 


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Chantell Witten (ANLP ALUMNI & organising team member)

“We know the interventions that have to be scaled up for nutrition to have an impact, BUT without developing a tipping point cadre of leaders who can 'lead from where they are' our success will be limited.

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Johann Jerling (Director and founding member of the ANLP)

“We know the interventions that have to be scaled up for nutrition to have an impact, BUT without developing a tipping point cadre of leaders who can 'lead from where they are' our success will be limited.

 
 
 

 

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Jane Badham (ANLP ALUMNI & organising team member)

“We know the interventions that have to be scaled up for nutrition to have an impact, BUT without developing a tipping point cadre of leaders who can 'lead from where they are' our success will be limited.

 

 
 

 

 

27 Oct

Applications for 2016

Applications for 2016 have now closed and successful candidates have been informed via email.
Thank you for all the interest shown.

8-18 March

14th African Nutrition Leadership Programme

The 14th African Nutrition Leadership Programme seminar will be hosted from the 8th to 18 March 2016 at Elgro River Lodge, South Africa.

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ANLP FACTS

 
 

Gender

64 percent of participants are women.

Network

63 percent African Countries to date.