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Translated versions of the Operational Guidance on IFE

The Operational Guidance on Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergencies (IFE) is now available in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic and Russian. Translations into Chinese, Japanese, Kiswahilli and Bahasa (Indonesia) are well underway.

All translations are available on the ENN website, http://www.ennonline.net, under IFE.

Print copies in English and French (along with a small stock of Spanish and Portuguese) are available from ENN, email: ife@ennonline.net

Spanish and Portuguese print copies are available from IBFAN Latin America and the Carribean (LAC), contact: Marta Trejos, CEFEMINA, Coordinación Regional IBFAN LAC, San José, Costa Rica. Tel: 506 / 2201724, fax: 506 / 2906073, email: cefemina@racsa.co.cr website: www.cefemina.org or www.ibfan-alc.org

Arabic print copies are available from IBFAN Arab-World, contact: Mohamed Marwan, email: marwan@ibfan-arabworld.org

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Translated versions of the Operational Guidance on IFE. Field Exchange 31, September 2007. p16. www.ennonline.net/fex/31/guidanceonife