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Supporting families to optimally feed infants and young children in emergencies. An important guide for health and relief workers

Author: EAPRO, UNICEF 2006
Resource type: Field tool

Supporting families to optimally feed infants and young children in emergencies. An important guide for health and relief workers. EAPRO, UNICEF 2006 - done after Tsunami 2004. Done by Karen Codling and Miriam Labbock after tsunami as other materials were too complex  (EAPRO - East Asia and Pacific Regional Office,UNICEF).
Has the usual info and then a part on relactation, when b/feeding isn't possible, dealing with donations, comp foods

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EAPRO, UNICEF 2006 (2006). Supporting families to optimally feed infants and young children in emergencies. An important guide for health and relief workers. www.ennonline.net/iycfemergenciesguide