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Distribution of infant formula: the appropriate response to child malnutrition in Iraq?

Author: FAO
Year: 1996
Resource type: Report

STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF ARMED CONFLICTS ON THE NUTRITIONAL SITUATION OF CHILDREN, Annex 7. (Chapters 5 and Annexes available in this library see: IFE, conflict: Study on the impact of armed conflicts on the nutritional situation of children.)

Looks at the Iraq conflict and the effect of malnutrition and stress on breastfeeding and uses examples of Darfur famine 1984-84 and Ethiopia famine 1983-85 to show that there is not an effect on breastfeeding.

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