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Operational Guidance on Infant Feeding in Emergencies (OG-IFE) version 3.0 (Oct 2017)

The Operational Guidance on IFE has been updated by the IFE Core Group, led by ENN and UNICEF.  Version 3, 2017 is now available in English, with French and Arabic to follow. For offers to help with additional translations, contact: office@ennonline.net

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Chloe Angood (2017). Operational Guidance on Infant Feeding in Emergencies (OG-IFE) version 3.0 (Oct 2017). www.ennonline.net/newsroom/opsguidanceife2017