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Using the Essential Nutrition Actions to Improve the Nutrition of Women and Children in Ethiopia, including under Situations of Emergencies and HIV and AIDS

Author: Linkages - Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative
Resource type: Training

Linkages and the Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative produce this manual and materials from a four day training course for pre-service instructors of health training institutions and MOH program planners in Ethiopia.

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Linkages - Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative (2004). Using the Essential Nutrition Actions to Improve the Nutrition of Women and Children in Ethiopia, including under Situations of Emergencies and HIV and AIDS. www.ennonline.net/essentialnutritionactionsethiopia

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