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Author: GIFA / ENN report (Concern)
Year: 2002
Resource type: Case study

Case studies from: INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING IN EMERGENCIES GIFA/ENN PROJECT (2003)

Researchers: Mary Corbett (Evaluation of Module 1) and Marie McGrath (Collation of case studies)

Case 23
Location: Uganda
Source: Amanda Agar, Concern
Time: 2002
Issue: Supporting street children and abandoned babies - sets out the care on 5 malnourished infants that were abandoned in a centre in Kampala.

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