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Emergency Nutrition Network works to reduce undernutrition globally. We enhance the effectiveness of nutrition policy and programming by sharing knowledge, stimulating learning, and building evidence for better interventions in places with high levels of malnutrition.

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Latest vacancies:
 • IFE Core Group Coordinator (part-time)
 • Human Resources Manager (part-time)
 • Projects and Communications Assistant
 • Communications and Digital Manager (part-time)
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News Room

ENN on behalf of the GNC-Technical Alliance has produced a light touch mapping of the current research gaps and priorities in nutrition in emergencies. Read more here

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Find out about our work in research, leadership and capacity building.

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IYCF-E and CBRN threats

The Infant Feeding in Emergencies (IFE) Core Group, along with the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health, has released guidance on the impact of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) threats on infants, young children and breastfeeding women. Read more here

The first 200 Days

Our new (and first!) CEO Nigel Tricks has been at the helm of ENN for six months now. In this recent blog, he reflects on the kind of organisation we are, the challenging times all humanitarian agencies face, and some of our successes he's been most impressed by.

Latest Media Hub posts

Targeting wasting treatment and age...

In our latest blog, we ask if the nutrition community are shifting their approach towards targeting wasting treatment to children under 2 years old only ?   In 2020 it was estimated that 45 million children around the...
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