Quarterly Performance Data

Best Performing State

1st Quarter 2024 National Performance Scorecard

# State Committee Effectiveness(%) Coverage(%) Accountability Of Implementation(%) Budget Allocation(%) Cummulative (%)
1 Adamawa 93.06 66.67 31.48 22.22 53.36
2 Bauchi 91.96 78.57 28.57
3 Bayelsa 75.00 33.33 0.00 33.33 N/P


Below Average : 0 - 39

Average : 40 - 59
Good : 60 - 79
Very Good : 80 - 100
About N/SCFN Performance Management System

For over a decade the nutrition policy was launched by the Nigerian Government as a response to the impending malnutrition crises and also to guide nutrition actions across all its line Ministries Departments and Agencies (MDAs). The line MDAs at the federal and state levels were incorporated into the National and State Committee on Food and Nutrition (N/SCFN); a committee saddled with the coordination of all nutrition programs and interventions as proposed within the National Multi sectorial Plan of Action for Food and Nutrition (NMPFAN). Moving towards a sustainable level for the committee; this Performance Management System was developed to measure the committee’s effectiveness, nutrition program coverage, accountability and budget performance.

The system is designed to enable nutrition line MDAs to remotely collect data, submit/store data, analyze, and report quarterly assessment of nutrition specific and sensitive programmes implemented at national and subnational levels.

It is an online gateway that will offer a convenient and effective way for nutrition programme officers to provide timely data that will show clear quarterly performance of each MDAs and the committee. The report from this system will show committee’s quarterly contribution to the reducing of malnutrition in Nigeria.

This is an initiative of the National Committee on Food and Nutrition secretariat of the Federal Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning supported by the Partnership for Improving Nigeria Nutrition Systems (PINNS 2.0) Project implemented by Civil Society- Scaling up Nutrition in Nigeria (CS-SUNN) with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF).