Field Exchange: The ENN Magazine
Field Exchange is a tri-annual magazine containing field articles, research and news pieces for those working in emergency nutrition and food security.
Issue 45: May 2013
- Barriers to livelihood resilience in Bangladesh
- High OTP coverage by MOH Chad
- CMAM training and performance in Nigeria
- Boosters, barriers and questions on CMAM
- coverage in Kenya
- Impact of fresh food vouchers in Ethiopia
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We are planning a special edition of Field Exchange in the first half of 2013 focused on nutrition and food security emergency programming in urban contexts. The ‘emergency’ scope includes chronic situations, preparedness and recovery and we will consider relevant experiences, research and news from development contexts.
We are gathering material for this now. Please send us any ideas/outlines/research or news that you would like to feature. Please also share this email with your colleagues or send us contacts that we can follow up with.
The schedule for submissions:
· Send ideas/outlines/programme reports/news: NOW
· Deadline to submit first draft of approved submissions: 1 October 2012
· Deadline for final draft completion: 31 December 2012
Submit ideas, articles, research or news to: Marie McGrath, email@example.com or call: +44 (0)1865 249745
In May 2011 the ENN announced the first pilot edition of a new publication, Field Exchange Digest, now Nutrition Exchange. This new annual publication has been developed to condense previous quarterly issues of the ENN flagship publication Field Exchange and to reach out to a national audience. The second edition of Nutrition Exchange was published earlier this year, and is currently available in English and French and Arabic.. The development of pilot edition was been supported by Irish Aid and USAID have supported its ongoing development. Click here to download the first edition in English and French.