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Launch of the MAMI Care Pathway

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The MAMI Global Network, co-chaired by the Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN) and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), has released the MAMI Care Pathway Package, v3.0 (formerly the C-MAMI Tool) - an implementation guidance with resources to support the management of small and nutritionally at risk infants under six months and their mothers (MAMI). Developed in consultation with experts and practitioners, this integrated pathway of care leverages existing systems and services across health and nutrition, and supports implementation of World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines on wasting management and Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI). The MAMI Care Pathway requires adaptation for different contexts; implementation experiences will inform future updates. 

Access the package at https://www.ennonline.net/mamicarepathway including a short orientation video. 

To join the MAMI Global Network, contact: mami@ennonline.net and for more information, visit: www.ennonline.net/ourwork/research/mami

 

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Launch of the MAMI Care Pathway. Field Exchange 65, May 2021. p10. www.ennonline.net/fex/65/mamicarepathwaylaunch

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