Have you tried EN-NET?

EN-NET is a free and open resource to help field practitioners of nutrition programs have access to prompt technical advice for operational challenges for which answers are not readily accessible.

EN-NET was established primarily to enable field practitioners in remote locations to have access to prompt technical advice for operational challenges for which answers are not readily accessible in current guidelines. It also provides space for informal discussions of approaches to challenging or atypical situations and innovative technical responses.

Discussion and advice forums cover areas within which there is ongoing research and development and for which an informal collaboration between field practitioners and technical specialists is deemed to be potentially beneficial to both parties. Theses areas include:

  • Prevention and treatment of severe acute malnutrition
  • Humanitarian systems
  • Prevention and treatment of moderate acute malnutrition
  • Micronutrients
  • Assessment (e.g. GAM, MAM, SAM, ICYF, &c.)
  • Coverage assessment (e.g. CSAS, SQUEAC, SLEAC, S3M)
  • Urban programming
  • Infant and young child feeding interventions
  • Cross-cutting issues
  • General food distributions
  • Announcements & Nutritionists needed
  • Livelihoods interventions
  • Other thematic area