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Our work in Southeast Asia

Year: 2024
Resource type: Case study

Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN) aims to enhance the effectiveness of nutrition policy and programming around the world, working in partnership with others to improve knowledge, stimulate learning, build evidence and support practitioners and decision-makers involved in nutrition and related interventions. We are passionate about being practitioner-led, objective, and are looked to by stakeholders across the globe as facilitators, catalysts and curators of learning and innovation in nutrition. 

ENN’s flagship peer-to-peer publication, Field Exchange publishes operational experiences and learning related to nutrition in high-burden contexts. 

Over the last five years, ENN has published a wealth of articles from the South East Asia and Pacific region, relating to both school-age nutrition, and nutrition more broadly. We also have articles relating to school-age nutrition from around the globe. 

Click below to access a selection of articles we have on nutrition in South East Asia and Pacific region, and school-age nutrition.

If you are interested in learning more about school-age and adolescent nutrition, join the Global Adolescent Nutrition Network (GANN). 

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