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The African Alliance for Maternal Mental Health (AAMMH) launched today in Lilongwe, Malawi. The AAMMH is an alliance of organisations and individuals working together to improve the mental health of mothers in Africa. For information about joining AAMMH, please email or visit the website.

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The ENN coordinated Wasting-Stunting (WaSt) Technical Interest Group have produced an important Policy and Programme Briefing Note for all those concerned with child wasting and stunting and the interaction between the two. The English version is here and French will be available shortly.


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Read the report of a joint meeting of WaSt Technical Interest Group and MAMI special Interest Group held on 16th January 2018. The meeting is intended as a first step in greater interaction between the two groups and with the wider nutrition community.

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