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WHO/UNICEF joint statement on appropriate IYCF in the current emergency, and caution about unnecessary use of milk products

Author: WHO / UNICEF
Year: 2008
Resource type: Official

Joint statement by WHO / UNICEF for Myanmar, Cyclone Nargis, May 2008.

Myanmar Tropical Cyclone

WHO and UNICEF joint statement on appropriate infant and young child feeding in the current emergency, and caution about unnecessary use of milk products.

Save the Children, ACF and Merlin also support this statement.

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WHO / UNICEF (2008). WHO/UNICEF joint statement on appropriate IYCF in the current emergency, and caution about unnecessary use of milk products. www.ennonline.net/joinstatementiycf