HIV & Infant feeding, Africa field tools
Author: QAP et al
Resource type: Field tool
Various leaflets related to HIV and infant feeding produced for an African context, mainly in 2005 but some in 2007. Excellent pictures, which could be adapted for IFE in general (see notes below)
Available on line at: www.qaproject.org/strat/stratHIVjobaids2.html
- HIV & Infant Feeding. Question and Answer Guide
- Key steps in counselling HIV+ mothers on infant feeding options - A guide on back of Qand A guide
- If you are HIV+ What is the best infant feeding option for your baby? - COUNSELLING CARDS of 4 options, b/feeding, inf form, heat-treated express, modified cow's milk
- What is the risk of HIV passing from HIV+ mothers to their babies when NO preventative actions are taken? - Counselling card of 100 infants, number from preg and from b/feeding.
- How to Express & Heat Treat Breastmilk - LEAFLET
- How to Feed your baby fresh cow's milk - LEAFLET
- How to feed your baby infant formula
- If you are HIV+. Is using infant formula or modified cow's milk a safe and secure option for you and your baby? - Counselling card, has pictures of water, money, fire etc, could be used for IFE say in refugee camps.
QAP has also developed leaflets and counselling tools on breastfeeding and expressing breastmilk for Tanzania - these are available in this resource library. Click IYCF.
NOTE: These tools were developed before the 2006 Consensus statement on HIV came out. Please review all HIV material to ensure that it is consistent with the consensus statement.
NOTE: WHO. Home modified animal milk for replacement feeding - is it feasible and safe? October 2006 www.who.int/child_adolescent_health/documents/a91064/en/ This document reviews the experience with the use of home-modified animal milk and possible ways to improve its nutritional composition. It indicates that home-modified animal milk should no longer be recommended for replacement feeding for infants aged less than 6 months, except as a short-term stop gap measure in situations where a suitable breast-milk substitute is not available.
swaq-aguide-march-2005-swahili-(a).pdf (PDF, 2.2mb)
engq-aguide-march-2005-eng-(a).pdf (PDF, 2.3mb)
key-steps-in-counselling-hiv-mothers-chart-eng.mht (MHT, 113kb)
if-hiv-what-way-best-of-4-choices-counselling-card-swahili-(e).pdf (PDF, 707kb)
if-hiv-what-way-best-of-4-choices-counselling-card-eng-(e).pdf (PDF, 717kb)
is-using-inf-form-or-cows-milk-safe-secure-option-for-you-eng-(f).pdf (PDF, 584kb)
risk-of-passing-on-hiv-counselling-card-swahili-(d).pdf (PDF, 645kb)
risk-of-passing-on-hiv-counselling-card-eng-(d).pdf (PDF, 686kb)
swaheattreat-swahili-(b).pdf (PDF, 1.3mb)
swacowsmilk-2007(2).pdf (PDF, 1.3mb)
engheattreat-march-2005-eng-(b).pdf (PDF, 1.3mb)
engcowsmilk-2007(1).pdf (PDF, 563kb)
enginfntformula-2007(1).pdf (PDF, 686kb)
swainfntform-2007-swahili(1).pdf (PDF, 1.5mb)
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QAP et al (2005). HIV & Infant feeding, Africa field tools. www.ennonline.net/hivinfantfeeding