Our approach to fighting global malnutrition

Humanitarian leaders call on global donors to fund nutrition crisis on World Food Day

This World Food Day, we are calling attention to the need to elevate nutrition as a global policy and funding priority, alongside leading development and humanitarian leaders.

The Power 4: Interventions that Will Save Lives

The Power 4 analysis conducted by John Hopkins University identified the four most impactful and cost-effective ways to reduce childhood mortality due to malnutrition.

Simplified approaches to the treatment of wasting

ENN outlines the critical elements of simplified approaches of wasting treatment, where they are being used, and evidence for implementation.

ECF Announces Collaboration with DFC Partner to Fight Global Malnutrition

The Public-Private Partnership will commit more than $100 million to improve nutrition in low- and middle-income countries.

It’s Time for the Global Nutrition Sector to Finally Act

Comments by ECF's CEO on the recent UN Agency Call to Action around COVID-19's impacts on malnutrition

ECF Announces $1m Commitment to GAP Roadmap Development

UNICEF receives $1 million grant from ECF to develop GAP roadmap.

Insights on successfully designing for scale from scaling expert, Larry Cooley

Achieving scale and ensuring sustainability are two of the biggest challenges facing development projects. Larry Cooley, President Emeritus and Senior Advisor at Management Systems International, explains the "scaling by subtraction" approach and why it makes sense for development.

Scaling Series: What does it take to achieve scale and why hasn’t it happened yet in the nutrition sector?

Experts weigh in and evaluate how the sectors should work in coordination to save more lives.

ECF Joins Partners in Urging UN Action on Wasting

In December 2019, the Eleanor Crook Foundation joined with leading partners to call for urgent action by the U.N. Secretary-General to address the global wasting emergency.