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Guidelines for Appropriate Complementary Feeding of Breastfed Children 6-24 Months of Age

Author: Linkages
Year: 2004
Resource type: Field tool

Facts for Feeding. Guidelines for Appropriate Complementary Feeding of Breastfed Children 6–24 Months of Age. Available in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese:

www.linkagesproject.org/media/publications/FactsForFeeding_6-24months_eng.pdf

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Linkages (2004). Guidelines for Appropriate Complementary Feeding of Breastfed Children 6-24 Months of Age. www.ennonline.net/compfeedingguidelines