The FSN Network










The Food Security and Nutrition (FSN) Network is an open community of practice for food security and nutrition implementers, researchers, and donors. The FSN Network provides a venue for its members to share knowledge, collaborate, and learn, while shaping agendas, influencing donor priorities, building consensus on promising practices, and sharing technical knowledge to strengthen food security and nutrition programming.

 

Features of the FSN Network


FSN Network Website– This website is the online home of the FSN Network community of practice. Here, you’ll find our extensive resource library, discussion forums, and news and upcoming events for food security and nutrition program implementers.


FSN Network News– The FSN Network News is our biweekly newsletter that consists of updates from The TOPS Program and Food for Peace, upcoming trainings and events, new job openings, and recent resources and articles. Subscribe.  


Task Forces and Interest Groups– Get to know and dialogue with other food security and nutrition implementers so that you can do your job better individually and so that we can strengthen the implementation of food security and nutrition programs collectively.

 
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Knowledge Sharing Meetings and Events– Connect and engage with the community in person or online via Adobe Connect for an opportunity to share knowledge, learn from your peers, and network with other food security and nutrition program implementers.