Who We Are

Learn more about the history of the FSN Network and the collaborators behind this knowledge sharing community

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Tom Merilion/Save The Children

About the FSN Network

Since 2012, the Food Security and Nutrition (FSN) Network has been a global community where food security practitioners can access and share resources, events, and opportunities as they work to improve the lives of the world's most vulnerable.

Funded by USAID's Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA), the FSN Network is designed for a variety of food security stakeholders. The FSN Network is not only for implementers of USAID-funded emergency and non-emergency programs but it is also for donors, researchers, governments, private sector actors, among others. We work to engage stakeholders on topics such as agriculture, alternative livelihoods, WASH, monitoring and evaluation, and much more.

The FSN Network was originally launched under the USAID Office of Food for Peace (FFP)-funded Technical and Operational Performance Support (TOPS) Program.

Meet our Collaborators

While the content on the FSN Network is sourced from the entire food security community, a group of USAID-funded mechanisms collaborates to inform the resources, learning opportunities, and technical guidance available on the FSN Network, as well as maintaining and keeping the website up-to-date.