The Food Security and Nutrition (FSN) Network is an open community of food security and nutrition implementers seeking to create opportunities to share information, shape agendas, understand and influence donor priorities, build consensus on promising practices, and widely diffuse technical knowledge.
The FSN Network is managed by TOPS, a USAID/FFP-funded program seeking to build the capacity of FFP grantees and other food security and nutrition implementers.
Join the TOPS / FSN Network team as the Senior Knowledge Management Specialist. View the Job Description for more information.
There are many ways to get involved with the FSN Network.
Attend a knowledge sharing event in the United States or overseas to engage in peer learning opportunities as members bring their technical experience and individual perspectives to bear on issues relevant to food security and nutrition implementation. Events held to-date have addressed issues such as conservation agriculture, preventing malnutrition in under 2s, performance monitoring, agriculture nutrition linkages, gender integration, barrier analysis, consortium management and others. If you have suggestions about topic areas, or are interested in presenting at or attending future events, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join a task force to engage with others from around the world directly contributing expertise in ongoing discussions on development and adaptation of crucial information, tools, and methodologies that are responsive to stakeholder needs.
- Agriculture and Natural Resource Management
- Commodity Management
- Knowledge Management and Program Learning
- Monitoring and Evaluation
- Nutrition and Food Technology
- Social and Behavioral Change
If you have suggestions for other task forces or technical areas where cross-organizational collaboration could bring real rewards, let us know at email@example.com