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eLENA mobile phone application now available!

The WHO e-Library of Evidence for Nutrition Actions (eLENA) is an online library of evidenceinformed guidance for nutrition interventions. It is a single point of reference for the latest nutrition guidelines, recommendations and related information, including supporting materials.

In recognition that access to eLENA content in settings without regular or reliable internet access is problematic, WHO has developed an eLENA mobile phone application, eLENAmobile, which delivers much of the content of eLENA to smartphones and can be accessed anywhere – no internet connection is required.

eLENA aims to help countries successfully implement and scale up nutrition interventions by informing as well as guiding policy development and programme design. eLENA is available in all six official UN languages. Nutrition interventions are listed in alphabetical order for easy access.

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eLENA mobile phone application now available!. Nutrition Exchange 6, May 2016. p39. www.ennonline.net/nex/6/elenamobilephoneapplication

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