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Table 1 Stakeholders from different organisations represented in focus group discussions and interviews

From: What does an enabling environment for infant and young child nutrition look like at implementation level? Perspectives from a multi-stakeholder process in the Breede Valley Sub-District, Western Cape, South Africa

Group 1 – Community members: grandmother/crèche owner, community volunteer worker, teenager (n = 3)
Group 2 – Community members: crèche owner, sport club organizer, community development worker, politician, unemployed mother (n = 5)
Group 3 – Representatives from Cape Winelands District Government (Departments of Health, Higher Education institutions (Stellenbosch University & Boland College); The local Business Forum, Local Media (n = 5 mid-level manangers)
Group 4: Representatives from Cape Winelands District Municipality (Community Development and Planning) and Cape Winelands District Government (Departments of Health x 2 and Social Development) (n = 4 mid- and senior level managers)
Interview 1: Cape Winelands District Government (Department of Social Development – social worker)
Interview 2: Cape Winelands District Government (Department of Education – newly appointed senior manager)