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Supplemental suckling

Author: ACF
Year: 2002-3
Resource type: Case study

Case studies from the INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING IN EMERGENCIES GIFA/ENN PROJECT (2003-2004)

Researchers: Mary Corbett (Evaluation of Module 1) and Marie McGrath (Collation of case studies)

Part of the above report on supplementary suckling in Liberia, Burundi & Afghanistan

Case 4 Supplementary suckling and the importance of staff training (Afghanistan)
Case 5 Supplementary suckling in practice (Afghanistan)
Case 6 Supplementary suckling in practice: influences on response (Afghanistan)
Case 7 Supplementary suckling technique (Afghanistan)

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ACF (2003). Supplemental suckling. www.ennonline.net/supplementalsuckling