photo credit: 2018 global nutrition report

photo credit: 2018 global nutrition report

November 29, 2018

Global Nutrition Remains Poor: Here's What We Should Be Eating Instead

Fortune: Lucas Laursen outlines how the 2018 Global Nutrition Report, co-funded by ECF, highlights the global challenges of malnutrition.


 
 
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November 26, 2018

Special Feature - Nutrition

Scaling Up Community of Practice: Read about how ECF is incorporating considerations of scale and sustainability into all our future grants.


 
 
 Photo credit: ap photo/channi anand

Photo credit: ap photo/channi anand

October 25, 2018

McRaven and McCaul: National Security Dimensions of Global Food Insecurity

Austin American-Statesman: Admiral McRaven and Congressman McCaul argue that “A generation of hundreds of millions of malnourished, and physically and cognitively stunted, adults contributes to instability and fragility [around the world].” Read more on why global hunger is a major national security concern.


 
 
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October 16, 2018

Key Expert Consultation Report

ECF is pleased to share the findings from our Key Expert Consultation in this report, "Minding the Undernutrition Evidence Gap". The report synthesize findings from a consultation of 62 nutrition experts, including practitioners, academics, donors, and policymakers, on evidence gaps and priorities in global nutrition. 


 
 
 Photo credit: JULIYA SHANGAREY/SHUTTERSTOCK via inside philanthropy

Photo credit: JULIYA SHANGAREY/SHUTTERSTOCK via inside philanthropy

November 29, 2017

lt's the World's Biggest Health Problem. Who's Paying Attention to Malnutrition?

Inside Philanthropy: Sue-Lynn Moses gives an overview of recent funding pledges to fight malnutrition - including ECF's $100 million commitment - and how these pledges are helping to tackle the world's biggest health problem. 


 
 
 photo credit: HKI

photo credit: HKI

November 17, 2017

Opinion: As the global child hunger crisis worsens, the world must act

Devex: Ambassador Tony P. Hall and Lucy Sullivan on why nutrition interventions are a critical investment. 

"Although we know how to fight this issue, action requires investment. Without a global coalition of leaders dedicated to the plight of [hungry] children, the world will not be able to mobilize the relatively modest amount of resources needed to overcome the devastating consequences of malnutrition."


 
 photo: ecf executive director will moore speaking at the global nutrition summit in milan

photo: ecf executive director will moore speaking at the global nutrition summit in milan

November 6, 2017

Global Nutrition Summit sees new funding, political commitments

Devex: ECF's $100 million commitment to ending malnutrition was among those made at the Global Nutrition Summit, which resulted in $640 million in new pledged funding commitments to advance the global response to malnutrition.


 
 
 Photo: ecf executive director will moore signs collaboration document with uk Minister of State for International Development, The Rt Hon the Lord Bates, and THOMAS H. STAAL, counselor at usaid

Photo: ecf executive director will moore signs collaboration document with uk Minister of State for International Development, The Rt Hon the Lord Bates, and THOMAS H. STAAL, counselor at usaid

November 4, 2017

Announcing a 100 Million Dollar Commitment to End Malnutrition in Partnership with USAID and DFID

 

 
 
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October 2, 2017

ECF is excited to announce the recent hiring of three additional staff members to support our growing grant portfolios.

Global health nutritionist Chytanya Kompala has joined ECF as our new Nutrition Program Officer, in charge of administering grants in our RISE and Uganda Grassroots Nutrition portfolios. Recent Masters graduate Emma Feutl Kent will be coordinating ECF’s internal systems as our new Administration and Coordination Officer. Finally, Solianna Meaza is the newest member of our team, and has joined ECF as our Advocacy Program Officer. Solianna is based in Washington D.C., and will administer ECF’s Advocacy grants portfolio.

We are thrilled to welcome them to our team and the look forward to working with you!

 

 
 
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September 15, 2017

A New Community Approach to Treating Acute Malnutrition

Through an Eleanor Crook Foundation RISE for Nutrition grant, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) researches ways to improve treatment of severe acute malnutrition in South Sudan. A new set of easy-to-use, low-literacy tools could allow community health workers to provide treatment for acutely malnourished children without medical complications in their own homes. This research has the potential to transform treatment of uncomplicated severe acute malnutrition on a global scale.

 

 
 
 photo credit: Annie Zhou/international rescue committee

photo credit: Annie Zhou/international rescue committee

January 18, 2017

Breaking down the barriers to treating malnutrition

IRIN: Learn more about the International Rescue Committee's ECF-Funded project to help low-literacy community health workers diagnose and treat severe acute malnutrition. 


 
 
 photo: Eleanor Crook posing for a photo during an award ceremony to accept the President’s Volunteer Service Award for Lifetime Achievement photo credit: Brian Birzer for Bread for the World.

photo: Eleanor Crook posing for a photo during an award ceremony to accept the President’s Volunteer Service Award for Lifetime Achievement photo credit: Brian Birzer for Bread for the World.

December 15, 2016

William H. and Eleanor Crook Win Highest US Award for Volunteerism

Business Wire: Eleanor Crook and her late husband, Ambassador William H. Crook, receive the President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) for Lifetime Achievement.


 
 
 Photo credit: The Chronicle of Philantrhopy

Photo credit: The Chronicle of Philantrhopy

October 27, 2016

How Foundations and Grantees Can Talk About Risk

The Chronicle of Philanthropy: ECF's Executive Director, William Moore, and Mauricio Lim Miller on talking about risk with grant makers.


 
 
 Photo credit: World Economic forum

Photo credit: World Economic forum

May 22, 2015


How should the world respond to the Syrian refugee crisis?

World Economic Forum: Mercy Corps' ECF-funded school lunch program for refugees in Lebanon has a unique design and is having an impact that extends far beyond the school walls.