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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

About the ENN

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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Upcoming webinar: WHO/ UNICEF IYCF Indicators: challenges and opportunities in humanitarian contexts. 24th Nov 2021 at 14:00-15:30 (GMT+1). Please register here.

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Find out about the work that ENN does, including research, meetings and more.

ENN Latest

ENN and UNICEF are very excited to share ENN’s 66th edition of Field Exchange, a special issue on the nutrition of adolescents and school-aged children has launched. This edition features a range of articles that describe programming experiences for these vulnerable groups, research articles and much more.


ENN is now looking for an experienced Project Manager to join our Operations Team. If you are highly motivated, adaptable and hardworking, with a track record of delivering to deadlines and keen to make your contribution to the international nutrition sector, please take a look at the job profile. We look forward to receiving your application!

What’s new

Wasting Reset Call to Action

Under the leadership of ENN, the global wasting community has identified six priority areas which have shaped a new, high-level Call to Action to galvanise collective action on this issue. This Call to Action was developed as part of the 'wasting reset' work. Read more here.

‘Bringing new evidence on...

The Wasting and Stunting Technical Interest Group has released a new study that aims to test whether WFA and MUAC can be effectively utilised in existing programmes to capture these children with single and dual deficits and reach considerably more children at a high risk of death. Read more here.

Latest Media Hub posts

MAMI N4G side event - 19th Nov 2021

On 19 November 2021, the MAMI Global Network hosted an official N4G side-event focused on partnerships and collective action to co-create evidence to transform care of small and nutritionally at-risk infants under six months and their mothers...
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