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Counselling tool on infant feeding options at PMTCT sites

Author: Ministry of Health Ethiopia and Linkages
Year: 2008
Resource type: Field tool

Material and diagrams of expression, making up formula feeds and complementary feeds.To be used by health professionals working in PMTCT sites for the purpose of counseling and demonstrating recommended infant feeding options. Drawings could be taken and used in IFE situations.

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NOTE: These tools were developed before the 2006 Consensus statement on HIV came out. Please review all HIV material to ensure that it is consistent with the consensus statement.

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Ministry of Health Ethiopia and Linkages (2008). Counselling tool on infant feeding options at PMTCT sites. www.ennonline.net/pmtctinfantfeedingcounselling