This section lists and describes the key actors concerned with producing information for food and nutrition security in emergency and development contexts. It gives an overview of the selected global and regional networks, initiatives and organizations that are relevant to FSIN.
The networks and initiatives are divided into two main categories:
- Selected Networks and Initiatives producing information for Food Security and Nutrition
- Knowledge and Advocacy Networks Sharing Information on Food Security and Nutrition
The networks and initiatives might not fall only into one category; therefore they are placed under the most relevant one.
You can browse this section by region or free text (keyword) to find the most relevant initiative to your interest and work, or you can download the full paper.
This e-learning course, the first of several planned on nutrition, discusses the basic concepts of good nutrition and common nutritional deficiencies, the magnitude of malnutrition in different populations, vulnerable groups [...]
This course covers the basic concepts of malnutrition, describes how nutritional status is assessed, and identifies the most commonly used nutrition indicators, as well as the criteria to be used [...]
This course has 5 sections that cover 1) basic concepts around the humanitarian system and reform, 2) undernutrition and response in emergencies, 3) individual assessment, 4) micronutrients, and 5) infant [...]
The IFE e-learning lessons were produced as part of a package of resources to help in orientation on infant and young child feeding in emergencies (IFE) developed by ENN, IFE [...]
The learning program aims to 1) to upgrade the skills of the participants to conduct qualitative assessment and analysis of food and nutrition security, and 2) integrate qualitative data collection [...]
The course is intended to enhance capacity of WFP Country Office and partner staff to conduct price analysis and apply various market analysis tools and techniques - without outside technical [...]