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ENN Strategy (2016-2020)

In 2015 the ENN underwent an external evaluation. This process informed the development of ENN's new five year strategy.

This five-year strategy (2016-2020) represents an evolution, not revolution from ENN’s current ways of working and areas of focus. This is in part because it is reflecting changes to which ENN has already committed. These include an expansion in ENN’s focus from purely emergency contexts to contexts of emergencies, Fragile and Conflict Affected States, and countries with a high burden of undernutrition3. Changes also include ENN’s emerging role in embedded knowledge management in the SUN Movement and GNC and the increase in the size of ENN as an organisation

 

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