SMART commitment: 
Commitment 5 - Pillar 5 - Safe and supportive environments for nutrition at all ages
SMART commitment details: 

Pillar 5 places emphasis on the importance of environmental determinants in the occurrence of all forms of malnutrition. This includes diverse types of environment, such as domestic environments, school environments, work and institutional environments, such as hospitals. This Pillar focuses on ICN2 Plan of Action Recommendations 1-7, as well as on actions for access to water and sanitation and actions to promote, protect and support breastfeeding. By recognizing the importance of access to quality water for nutrition, PLANSAN 2 puts forward a specific challenge for dealing with the issue, namely Challenge 7 - Scale up water availability and the population’s access to water, in particular poor people in rural areas. Targets relating to promoting breastfeeding, as well as promoting healthy diets in education and health environments, are covered by Challenge 5 as mentioned earlier.

Brazil’s commitments to scaling up water availability and promoting healthy diets in diverse environments and at all stages of life:

29. Implant the National Strategy to Promote Breastfeeding and Complementary Feeding on the Unified Health System in more than 2,000 primary health centres.

30. Include Food and Nutrition Education information on the 4th cover of the text books of 120,000 elementary education schools.

31. Regulate commercialization, advertising, publicity and commercial promotion of processed and ultra-processed food and drink in public and private health and education systems, social services facilities and public bodies.

32. Implant plate cisterns and other social technologies for accessing water for human consumption, preferably or primarily for households headed by women.

33. Implant 8,000 cisterns in schools.

34. Implant 120,000 social technologies for access to water for production, preferably or primarily for households headed by women. 

Resource allocation:
The 1st National Food and Nutrition Security Plan (PLANSAN 2012-2015) enabled Brazil to be taken off the Hunger Map in 2014. The 2nd National Food and Nutrition Security Plan (PLANSAN 2016-2019) is currently in force and is the fruit of a process of intersectoral and participatory discussion. It brings together in an organized manner a set of policies, programmes and actions, having 121 targets, involving actions by 14 Ministries and an annual estimated budget of almost BRL 100 billion.
Further notes:
More information available at: http://www.who.int/nutrition/decade-of-action/brazil-commitment-22may2017/en/ http://www.fao.org/cfs/cfs44/en/