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About Field Exchange 

Field Exchange is an online and print technical publication on nutrition and food security in emergencies and high burden contexts. The first edition was produce in 1996 in response to a demand by international agencies for a way to capture and rapidly ‘exchange’ humanitarian programming experiences.   

Field Exchange is a technical journal and is not peer reviewed. Typical authors of articles are international staff working with non-governmental organisations and UN agencies in humanitarian operations.

Field Exchange is produced two- three times per year. It is available in English and French. All editions are available online and in print.

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