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The seventh issue of Nutrition Exchange is now available

  |   SUN Civil Society Network, SUN Country Network

Launched in January 2017, this seventh issue of Nutrition Exchange introduces an exciting new phase in the publication’s development where ENN will now be publishing NEX twice a year and will bring together experiences and learning from SUN Countries as well as other content. It has been made possible by funding from DFID for ENN to provide knowledge management services to SUN Countries – particularly those that are fragile and conflict-affected.

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About ENN

ENN is a United Kingdom registered charity which was set up to improve practice and strengthen the institutional memory of agencies involved in emergency food and nutrition sectors. ENN focuses on communities in crisis, typically humanitarian emergencies, and where undernutrition is a significant chronic problem. Field Exchange is an online and print publication on nutrition and food security in emergencies and high burden contexts which is published three times per year. Field Exchange enables fast track publication of programming experiences of relevance to nutrition in emergencies and high burden contexts. Nutrition Exchange is an online publication of short, easy to read articles on nutrition programme experiences and learning. Nutrition Exchange is for all those working to reduce levels of malnutrition at the national, district and community level. En-net is a free and open resource that helps practitioners access technical advice for operational challenges through the online forum. It is an interactive online forum that caters for those working in acute and chronic emergency contexts and where there is a high burden of undernutrition. To use en-net, simply go to www.en-net.org.uk to view discussions, or create an account and sign up to one or more forum areas. It is simple to join a discussion by using the “post a reply” function, or post questions using the “submit a new question” link on the home page. You can post in your own name or anonymously, as preferred.

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