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Through our overview of programming experience and challenges, the ENN is in a good position to identify priority areas for research and reviews in the area of emergency nutrition and malnutrition in high-burden contexts. The ENN undertakes research and reviews to fill critical gaps in the evidence base in collaboration with experienced researchers and programmers. 

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The difficulty of establishing an evidence base in operational contexts that are challenging and changing is a particular challenge for emergency nutrition. ENN encourages,...

FEX: The relationship between wasting and stunting: policy, programming and research implications

Summary of review1 This summary was prepared by Tanya Khara, an independent consultant engaged by the ENN on this review. The review was made possible by the generous support...

FEX: WHO consultation on management of moderate malnutrition in U5s

The WHO, in collaboration with UNICEF, WFP and UNHCR, hosted a second consultation to discuss the programmatic aspects of the management of moderate malnutrition in children...

FEX: Summary of Field Exchange user survey findings

The ENN extends thanks to Alex Bycroft Masters student, at Oxford Brookes University, UK who undertook a Field Exchange citations review, included in this summary, on a...

Management of At Risk Mothers and Infants (MAMI)

Donors: Irish Aid Collaborators: LSHTM, University of Washington, KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Project and CHAIN (Kenya), WHO, UNHCR, UNICEF, Save the Children, ACF, Goal, MSF, World...

Blog post: Stunting & Wasting in South Asia- Reflections from a Regional conference

Lire ce blog en francais Over the years the scope of ENN's work has expanded beyond a focus on humanitarian contexts to encompass a broader set of issues around drivers of...

FEX: Summary of Lancet Series on Maternal and Child Undernutrition

Below are short summaries of the recently launched Lancet series of papers on Maternal and Child Undernutrition1. This high profile series focuses on the disease burden...

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ENN has co-authored a qualitative study on the perceptions of acute malnutrition and its management in infants under 6 months of age in rural Bangladesh. Read more here. Read...

FEX: From the Editor

A key thematic focus of this issue of Field Exchange is Humanitarian Reform. There have been many reviews and evaluations concerning the level of progress made since the reform...

FEX: Nutrition in emergencies: Do we know what works?

Summary of paper1 Location: Global What we know: Nutrition action in emergencies is well accepted and attracts significant resources. There is a lack of evidence on what are...

Blog post: Research on multi-sectoral programming: reflections on a cash and WASH, nutrition integrated approach

Cliquez ici pour lire en français Some time ago I had the opportunity to attend a regional event for sharing multi-sectoral nutrition approaches, organized by ACF and...

FEX: Planned ENN review of wasting and stunting linkages

Summary of article1 Location: Global What we know: The relationship between wasting and stunting is under researched and poorly understood. What this article adds: A...

FEX: Global Nutrition Cluster knowledge management: process, learning & added value

By Jeremy Shoham, Carmel Dolan and Valerie Gatchell Jeremy Shoham and Carmel Dolan are ENN Technical Directors. Valerie Gatchell was engaged as an ENN consultant to lead the...

Other meetings

ENN initiates meetings where there are important gaps related to policy, programming and research and organises meetings where ENN coordinates long term technical projects....

FEX: Review of nutrition and mortality indicators for Integrated Phase Classification

Summary of technical review1 The Integrated Phase Classification (IPC) Technical Working Group and the Standing Committee on Nutrition (SCN) Task Force on Assessment,...

en-net: Nutrition in Emergencies Consultancy - UNICEF East Asia Pacific Regional Office

The Nutrition Section, UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Office is seeking an individual consultant to provide technical support to strengthen the capacities of UNICEF nutrition...

FEX: From the editor

Successful homestead gardening in Satkhira, Bangladesh The year 2013 promises to be an important year for the nutrition aid community and those whom it serves. Since...

FEX: ENN hosted Wasting-Stunting Technical Interest Group meeting

By Tanya Khara, ENN WaSt Project Consultant On January 29th 2016, the ENN with USAID OFDA and Irish Aid funding convened the second meeting of the Wasting and Stunting (WaSt)...

FEX: The MAMI Project – Key findings and recommendations

Summary of report1 Child malnutrition is a major global public health issue. The burden of acute malnutrition in children 6 months to 5 years is well recognised, and the...

FEX: Humanitarian-development nexus: nutrition policy and programming in Kenya

By Carmel Dolan and Jeremy Shoham Carmel Dolan is an ENN Technical Director, co-editor of the ENN publication Nutrition Exchange, and co-lead on ENN's knowledge management...

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Chloe Angood (2014). Research and Reviews. www.ennonline.net/ourwork/researchreviews