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Flyer on IYCF Feeding Support in Transit

Author: Infant Feeding Support for Refugee Children (facebook group)
Year: 2015
Resource type: Field tool

This is a flyer developed by the facebook group "Infant Feeding Support for Refugee Children". Members of this group, who are breastfeeding advocates, specialists and mothers, developed this flyer to support Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) in Emergencies in Europe. The flyer is aimed at supporting mothers and families feeding infants and young children in transit through breastfeeding and safe artificial feeding.

This flyer is available in English, Arabic, Farsi and Kurdish. 

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Feeding-Support-Transit-guidelines-ENGLISH.pdf (PDF, 183kb)

Transit-guidelines-Arabic.pdf (PDF, 516kb)

Transit-guidelines_Farsi.pdf (PDF, 205kb)

Transit-guidelines_Kurdish.pdf (PDF, 232kb)

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Infant Feeding Support for Refugee Children (facebook group) (2015). Flyer on IYCF Feeding Support in Transit. www.ennonline.net/guidelinesiycffeedingsupporttransit