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How to feed your baby infant formula: leaflet

Author: Quality Assurance Project, WHO and AED
Year: 2007
Resource type: Field tool

Leaflets with pictures in English and Swahili. 

www.qaproject.org/strat/stratHIVjobaids2.html#brochures

Note the latest guidelines on safe preparation of infant formula: Infant formula: Safe preperation, storage & handing of powdered infant formula. GUIDE/LEAFLETS 2006.

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how-to-form-feed-baby-leaflet-2005-english.pdf (PDF, 1.5mb)

how-to-form-feed-baby-leaflet-2005-swahili.pdf (PDF, 1.5mb)

enginfntformula-2007.pdf (PDF, 686kb)

swainfntform-2007-swahili.pdf (PDF, 1.5mb)

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