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Joint Statement Version 2 - Protecting Maternal and Child Nutrition in the Ukraine Conflict and Refugee Crisis

Year: 2022
Resource type: Other

UNICEF, UNHCR, the Global Nutrition Cluster, the IFE core group, and partners call for ALL involved in the response to the Ukraine Crisis to protect, promote, and support the feeding and care of infants and young children and their mothers as well as pregnant women. This is critical to support maternal and child health and survival, growth, and development and to prevent malnutrition.

This joint statement has been issued to help secure immediate, coordinated, multi-sectoral action on infant and young child feeding (IYCF).

Please find an attachment of the Joint Statement Version 2 in English here.

The Joint Statement Version 2 is also now available below in Ukrainian, Czech, Russian, Romanian and Hungarian: 

Joint Statement - Version 2 - Ukrainian 

Joint Statement - Version 2 - Czech

Joint Statement - Version 2 - Russian 

Joint Statement - Version 2 - Romanian 

Joint Statement - Version 2 - Hungarian 

Joint Statement - Version 2 - Japanese

The Joint Statement Version 1 is available below in Croatian, French, German and Polish: 

Joint Statement - Version 1 - Croatian 

Joint Statement - Version 1 - French 

Joint Statement - Version 1 - German 

Joint Statement - Version 1 - Polish 

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