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Infant feeding in emergencies: experiences from Lebanon

Author: Maclaine A. HPN & ODI.
Year: 2006
Resource type: Case study

A non-health / nutrition article about IFE in the context of the Lebanon crisis. Original article in Humanitarian Exchange, Humanitarian Practice News & ODI, March 2007; 37:10-13. Available online at: www.odihpn.org/documents/humanitarianexchange037.pdf

Posted on Alertnet Apr 2007 16:30:49 GMT: www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/HPN/18db00b1c08f59f11256b8a189f1835e.htm 13

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