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Infant feeding in emergencies

Author: INFACT
Resource type: Field tool

www.infactcanada.ca/Infant%20Feeding%20in%20Emergencies.pdf

A 1 pager about how b-feeding saves lives and the myths about breastfeeding.

Original material taken from BFHI in 1999 but not sure when produced.

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