The final set of stories unravel how change plays out at the policy level, and the different levels at which policy and practice come together to achieve change. One story focuses on Brazil, where multi sectoral action has achieved success – through a blend of targeted income redistribution, and universal access to healthcare, education, and sanitation services. The story examines key policies and programs linked to maternal schooling, family purchasing power, maternal and child healthcare, and water supply and sanitation services. The key to change anywhere is leadership, and chapter 18 looks at both movements for change such as SUN, as well as personal stories of 10 nutrition champions around the world. The report recognises that ultimately successes in nutrition depend on committed people to envision, implement and evaluate them. The goal of Nourishing Millions, and the stories it tells, is to inspire policymakers, practitioners, researchers, educators, students, and ordinary citizens to replicate and scale up action against malnutrition, generating further successes for future generations.