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ENN strives to enhance the effectiveness of Nutrition policy and programming by improving knowledge, stimulating learning and building evidence. We are passionate about being field driven and are globally recognised as thought leaders and conveners in Nutrition

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As global leaders in knowledge management, evidence and learning, ENN are embarking on a strategic review to see how we can drive more impact in our work, increase our reach and explore more new and innovative approaches. To engage with us in this review please email

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The Conflict Research Programme have just launched a new online exhibition (Silent) Voices: The Bukavu Expo, in collaboration with a number of research institutions in the DRC.

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ENN has produced an Adolescent nutrition mapping study: A global stakeholder survey of policies, research, interventions and data gaps. Nutrition in school-aged children and adolescents can significantly impact lifelong health and wellbeing as well as national economic growth and the health and development of future generations.  


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WaSt TIG Phase 4 Work Plan

The Wasting and Stunting (WaSt) Technical Interest Group (TIG) has finalised its Phase 4 Work Plan which outlines the work planned for the next two years. These include: further work on the WaSt study, an update to the systematic review, work exploring the sex differences in relation to wasting and stunting and much more. 

MAMI RISE Ethiopia

The ENN is partner with LSHTM, Jimma University and GOAL on a four year research programme funded by the Eleanor Crook Foundation (ECF): Stronger evidence towards future scale up: Cluster Randomised Trial in Ethiopia. Read more about MAMI RISE reaserch in Ethiopia here.

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GNC Technical Alliance conversations...

As the COVID response shifts and people are wanting to understand more how programmes are being adapted, ENN, as part of its work within the