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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, supports and engages with operational research and reviews to fill critical gaps in the evidence base.

A young child being assessed for admission to the Zambia programmeThe ENN is currently undertaking reviews in the link between wasting and stunting and nutrition resilience. Other areas in which the ENN has undertaken reviews include donor financing and the efficacy and impact of emergency programming. Click on the links below to find out more about our reviews in each of these areas. The ENN has also undertaken reviews in preparation for meetings on maternal nutrition (link to maternal nutrition meeting page) and MUAC and weight for height (link to MUAC/WFH meeting page).

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Through our overview of programming experience and challenges, ENN identifies priority areas for research and reviews in the area of emergency nutrition and malnutrition in...

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ENN actively engages in global fora to influence and provide leadership within the nutrition sector on technical developments, governance and strategy and to inform donor...

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A new collection: three related resources on the topic of multiple micronutrient supplements (MMS) in humanitarian emergencies. Read the State of Play and Somalia and Pakistan...

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...

en-net: Call for Abstracts/ summaries, Technical Meeting on Nutrition – Oxford, UK 7-9 October 2014

The ENN will host a 3 day meeting in Oxford, UK, from 7th – 9th October 2014. The aim of the meeting is to facilitate a technical learning and networking meeting on...

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: Making connections: Joint meeting of WaSt Technical Interest Group and MAMI Special Interest Group

ENN coordinates two international technical groups, the Management of at-risk Mothers and Infants under six months Special Interest Group (MAMI SIG) and the Wasting and...

FEX: From the editor

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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: 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: Management of At risk Mothers and Infants (MAMI) meeting

A one-day meeting of the Management of At risk Mothers and Infants (MAMI)1 Special Interest Group (SIG) took place in London on 17 January 2018. The meeting was hosted by ENN...

FEX: The current state of evidence and thinking on wasting prevention

Summary of research1 Background ENN produced a report, through the MQSUN+ programme, that synthesises existing evidence and stakeholder opinion on what works to prevent...

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...

Resource: The Current State of Evidence and Thinking on Wasting Prevention

A synthesis of published, grey literature and stakeholder opinion on what works to prevent wasting produced by the ENN, through the MQSUN+ project. This report compliments...

Review of the efficacy and impact of emergency programmes

Donor: CIDA Collaborators: SCUK and Westminster University ENN Project Lead: Jeremy Shoham Timeframe: Project completed in 2011 Background This project was undertaken in...

Blog post: Wasting and Stunting-making progress on understanding the links

Some of you will know that ENN has been coordinating a project with the expert steer of around 30 child growth and nutrition specialists from academia, donor and operational...

FEX: The Wasting-Stunting Technical Interest Group: Summarising the work to date

This is a summary of a Field Exchange field article that was included in issue 67. The original article was authored by Natalie Sessions and Tanya Khara. Natalie Sessions is a...

FEX: The relationship between wasting and stunting in young children: A systematic review

View this article as a pdf This article was written by Susan Thurstans, PhD candidate at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and consultant to ENN on the...

FEX: Editorial

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FEX: Regional Perspective: South Asia

Zivai Murira is the Regional Advisor for Nutrition at the UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia (ROSA), Kathmandu, Nepal All forms of malnutrition - stunting, wasting and...

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