People in Aid (issue 28)
Mark Wamalwa, one of the Kenyan nurses working on the ACF TFC-Home Treatment programme (see field article)
Training of Trainers. CARE IYCF-E/CARE Indonesia Breastfeeding Counseling course, W Timor, Feb-Mar 2006. Dr. Endang Widyastuti, CARE Indonesia Health Programme Leader and Dr. Herti Herjati, Program Coordinator, IYCF on extreme left, 1st row.
The activities reflected here are joint projects of the CARE Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergencies (IYCF-E) Initiative and either CARE Kenya (the Dadaab IYCF Team is comprised of CARE Kenya, GTZ and UNHCR) or CARE Indonesia.
Kirk Dearden, Brigham Young University, at Dadaab Camps, CARE IYCF-E Initiative/CARE Kenya.
Kristin Helz, Columbia University and Ebla Farah, Dadaab Camps, CARE Kenya.
Dr. Utami Roesli & participants CARE IYCF-E/CARE Indonesia Breastfeeding Counselling course, W Timor, Feb-Mar 2006
Dr. Felicity Savage and dr. Utami Roesli CARE IYCF-E/CARE Indonesia Breastfeeding Counselling course, W Timor, Feb-Mar 2006
IYCF-E Team members, Dadaab Camps, Kenya: L to R: Mary Lung'aho, Anne Njuguna, Rose Ndolo, CARE IYCF-E Initiative/CARE Kenya; Irene Soi, GTZ.
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