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Invite to submit material to Field Exchange

Many people underestimate the value of their individual field experiences and how sharing them can benefit others working in the field. At ENN, we are keen to broaden the scope of individuals and agencies that contribute material for publication and to continue to reflect current field activities and experiences in emergency nutrition.

Many of the articles you see in Field Exchange begin as a few lines in an email or an idea shared with us. Sometimes they exist as an internal report that hasn't been shared outside an agency. The editorial team at Field Exchange can support you in write-up and help shape your article for publication.

To get started, just drop us a line. Ideally, send us (in less than 500 words) your ideas for an article for Field Exchange, and any supporting material, e.g. an agency report. Tell us why you think your field article would be of particular interest to Field Exchange readers. If you know of others who you think should contribute, pass this on - especially to government staff and local NGOs who are underrepresented in our coverage.

Send this and your contact details to: Marie McGrath, Sub-editor/Field Exchange, email: marie@ennonline.net
Mail to: ENN, 32 Leopold Street, Oxford, OX4 1TW, UK.
Tel: +44 (0)1865 324996
Fax: +44 (0)1865 324997

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If you are not the named recipient of this Field Exchange copy, keep it or pass it on to someone who you think will use it. We'd appreciate if you could let us know of the failed delivery by email: office@ennonline.net or by phone/post at the address above.

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Invite to submit material to Field Exchange. Field Exchange 38, April 2010. p38. www.ennonline.net/fex/38/invite