The FSN Network fosters opportunity for implementers to come together for innovation and knowledge sharing, cross-organizational collaboration and consensus building.
Interest Groups are small communities of practice of food security implementers located in the field or at headquarters level who periodically connect online or in-person to share experiences, give advice, spread ideas and provide peer-support in cross-cutting and emerging implementation areas.
Join an Interest Group
Here is a list of existing interest groups of the FSN Network:
- Care Groups Forward. Sharing knowledge and expertise on how to best implement the Care Group model. Learn more >
- Designing for Behavior Change. Discussing all aspects of designing for behavior change including conducting barrier analysis/doer-non doer surveys. Learn more >
- Nutrition and Agriculture Linkages in Africa Network. Exploring nutrition and agriculture linkages in the food security and nutrition space. Learn more
- Project Level Early Warning. Encouraging the exchange of ideas, methods, lessons learned, and promising practices surrounding project-level early warning and response systems. Learn more >
Start your own
Are you interested in starting a community of practice for a topic related to your work in food security and nutrition?
We can help you identify other implementers interested in the same topic, access technologies for online meetings, and grow a small community of practice without feeling overwhelmed.