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Complementary Feeding in Emergencies Special Section

Global crises are having a severely detrimental impact on the diets of young children, making this featured special section on complementary feeding in fragile and emergency contexts all the more timely. We are delighted to bring you this selection of articles in partnership with UNICEF, who share the latest programming guidance, research and learning obtained from multiple contexts.

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FEX: Sudan, Nigeria, Myanmar, and Yemen: Lessons from complementary feeding programming in emergencies

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Resource: Complementary Feeding in Emergencies Programming in Nigeria

A case study based on the UNICEF Action Framework for improving the diets of young children during the complementary feeding period. Please scroll down for links to download...

Resource: Complementary Feeding in Emergencies Programming in Sudan

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FEX: Regional Perspective: Middle East and North Africa (MENA)

Aashima Garg is a Regional Nutrition Advisor at the UNICEF MENA Regional Office (MENARO), Amman Wigdan Madani is a Regional Nutrition Specialist at UNICEF MENARO, Amman High...

FEX: Complementary feeding in emergencies programming – Yemen case study

This is one of four case studies in this special section of FEX to highlight the importance of a strong contextual analysis to guide the appropriate design, implementation and...

FEX: A global perspective on improving the diets of infants and young children

View this article as a pdf Lisez cet article en français ici Grainne Moloney is Senior Nutrition Advisor at UNICEF headquarters, New York Linda Shaker Berbari is...

FEX: Complementary feeding in emergencies programming – Nigeria case study

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FEX: Complementary feeding in emergencies programming – Myanmar case study

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FEX: Complementary feeding in emergencies programming – Sudan case study

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FEX: Regional Perspective: East Asia and Pacific

Jessica Blankenship is a Regional Nutrition Specialist in UNICEF's East Asia and Pacific Regional Office (EAPRO), specialising in maternal, infant and young child...

FEX: Conducting situation analysis as a first step to improve young children’s diets: examples from Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe

Key messages: Context analysis is a crucial step in understanding the particular gaps faced by caregivers in providing young children with an optimum diet. In Ethiopia and...

FEX: Regional Perspective: South Asia

Zivai Murira is the Regional Advisor for Nutrition at the UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia (ROSA), Kathmandu, Nepal All forms of malnutrition - stunting, wasting and...

FEX: Regional Perspective: Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA)

Charity Zvandaziva is a Regional Nutrition Specialist for UNICEF ESA Regional Office (ESARO) Chloe Angood is a Knowledge Management Consultant working for UNICEF...

Resources

View this article as a pdf Global guidance WHO & UNICEF (2003). Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding. Geneva: World Health Organization and United Nations...

FEX: An innovative feeding tool to improve young children’s diets

View this article as a pdf Lisez cet article en français ici Harmonie Bucher is a Nutrition Officer at UNICEF headquarters, New York. Linda Shaker Berbari is a...

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Blog post: Some reflections on NEX South Asia

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FEX: Review of experiences and direction on complementary feeding in emergencies

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Complementary Feeding in Emergencies Special Section. Field Exchange 68 , November 2022. www.ennonline.net/fex/68/cfespecialseries

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