10 January 2017: IRIN has released an important article that debunks untruths published in recent mainstream media about cash transfers in foreign aid. Share widely.
27 October 2016: What is your experience working with nutrition champions, or as a nutrition champion yourself, in making progress for improving nutrition? Post your reply on en-net.org/question/2700.aspx
3 October 2016: Evidence in humanitarian emergencies: what does it look like? Read new blog by Jeremy Shoham and Marie McGrath of ENN.
21 September 2016: With more than 25 organisations involved, the BabyWASH Coalition was launched on 20 September to call for greater collaboration among those working to keep children and women healthy in the first 1,000 days of life.
12 September 2016: Dear CMAM Practitioners! Take part in Save the Children CMAM Report Survey designed to evaluate how CMAM report has been used in CMAM programming, and to identify key areas for further improvement and development based on field level experiences. Click here to start the survey. Every opinion counts!
Papers and publications
12 January 2017: Generation Nutrition, a global civil society campaign to end child deaths from malnutrition, has put out a new fact sheet, as part of a series on the prevention of child undernutrition.
12 January 2017: Research study in Journal of Nutrition shows that an intensive Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) intervention (Alive and Thrive) in Bangladesh promoted language and gross motor development.
12 January 2017: The Maternal Malaria and Malnutrition (M3) initiative has pooled together 13 studies with the hope of improving understanding of malaria–nutrition interactions during pregnancy - results now published in the BMJ.
23 September 2016: Toward a world free from malnutrition in all its form: the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement Strategy and Roadmap (2016-2020) outline the Movement’s second phase and are focused on translating momentum into results for people who suffer due to malnutrition everywhere.
23 August 2016: WaterAid and SHARE have launched the report The missing ingredients to highlight the degree to which national nutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) plans and policies are coordinated and integrated to end malnutrition. Download it here.