Issue 8 of ENN’s Nutrition Exchange is out now!
Launched in July 2017, ENN’s Nutrition Exchange Issue 8 features articles on community kitchens and school feeding programmes in Lebanon; Ecuador’s policies to tackle overweight and obesity; efforts in Pakistan to ‘fill the nutrient gap’; initiatives to make agriculture ‘nutrition-sensitive’ in Ethiopia and Zambia; and many other ‘good reads’.
Hear from the authors about what to expect in this issue…
Nutrition Exchange is published twice a year and brings together experiences and learning from SUN Countries as well as other content. It has been made possible by funding from the Department for International Development (DFID).
- Community kitchens in Lebanon: Cooking together for health (page 9) – You can also listen to the podcast below
- Healthy snacks and nutrition education: School feeding in Lebanon’s public schools (page 10)
- Tackling overweight and obesity in Ecuador: Policies and strategies for prevention (page 12)
- Voices from the field in Nepal: programming at district level (page 15)
- Filling the Nutrient Gap in Pakistan: Insights to address malnutrition (page 17) – You can also listen to the podcast below
- Singing the same song: Nutrition-sensitive agriculture messages in Zambia (page 19) – You can also listen to the podcast below
- Developing capacity needs assessments for nutrition-sensitive agriculture in Ethiopia (page 21)
- Advocating for nutrition in West Africa: The role of SUN civil society alliances (page 24)
- Strengthening capacities for nutrition in Kenya: Developing a new framework (page 26)
- Shaping national food and nutrition policy in Nigeria (page 28)
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. Field Exchange is an online and print publication on nutrition and food security in emergencies and high burden contexts. Nutrition Exchange is an online publication of short, easy to read articles on nutrition programme experiences and learning. En-net is a free and open resource that helps practitioners access technical advice for operational challenges through the online forum. To use, simply go to www.en-net.org.uk to view discussions, or create an account and sign up to one or more forum areas.