Top 10

The page allows to quickly see who are the most productive working on GINA; which organization or group is most often mentioned as a implementing partner or funding source; which are the most popular actions; who are the people contributing most data to GINA.

Towards the bottom of the page are summary tables on progress in the countries who are part of the Scaling Up Nutrition movement (SUN). The country names in these tables are hyperlinks to the SUN country pages for further information.

Status as of 25 February 2019:

Top 10 funding partners

Sector Funding source Number of actions
1 Bilateral and donor agencies and lenders US Agency for International Development (USAID) 135
2 International NGOs Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) 93
3 Bilateral and donor agencies and lenders The World Bank 83
4 UN United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) 49
5 Government Health 43
6 Bilateral and donor agencies and lenders European Commission (EC) 30
7 Bilateral and donor agencies and lenders Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) 26
8 Bilateral and donor agencies and lenders Department of International Development (DFID) 25
9 UN World Food Programme (WFP) 24
10 Bilateral and donor agencies and lenders Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) 22

Top 10 contributors with published data

Contributor Name Affiliation Published data
1 María Antonieta González Bolaños Consultora Independiente 115
2 veronika polozkova 98
3 Janice Johnson WHO NHD 91
4 Fanny Buckinx Department of Nutrition for Health and Development (NHD) 87
5 Krista Zillmer n/a 76
6 Paula Veliz WHO 63
7 Momen Mahmoud Abdelhameid Omar World Health Organization 47
8 Martin Chartier WHO 37
9 Marisa Tsai NHD 34
10 Paula WHO 32

Top 10 countries with most actions published

Country Number of actions
1 Ghana 60
2 Bangladesh 55
3 Malaysia 49
4 Thailand 47
5 India 47
6 China 47
7 Sri Lanka 46
8 Philippines 45
9 Tuvalu 44
10 Guatemala 43

Top 10 countries with most policies published

Country Number of policies
1 Costa Rica 53
2 Guatemala 43
3 El Salvador 40
4 Honduras 40
5 United Republic of Tanzania 40
6 Nicaragua 38
7 Bolivia (Plurinational State of) 34
8 Bangladesh 34
9 Zambia 30
10 Peru 30