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Nutrition and infant feeding in the PMTCT context in Rwanda

Author: Greiner T. PATH
Resource type: Article

HIV research may be more up to date on looking at comp feeding in dfficult circumstances. This review has a section about complementary feeding, so it might be useful for that. In Rwanda using a comp food called Sosoma.

Note the 2006, WHO concensus statement that was disseminated after this paper.

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