Topic: MAMI (Management of small and nutritionally At-risk Infants under six months and their Mothers)
Part 1: MAMI Care Pathway Package Overview
This video gives an overview of the MAMI Care Pathway Package - a set of resources and materials to help practitioners identify, assess, and manage small and nutritionally at-risk infants u6m and their mothers. The MAMI Care Pathway Package is a package of resources that was co-created by members of the MAMI Global Network, co-led by the Emergency Nutrition Network and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The MAMI Care Pathway was released in May 2021; previously known as the C-MAMI Tool, the update was informed by the latest evidence and experiences of putting previous versions into practice. Learn more about the contents of the MAMI Care Pathway Package in Part 2 of this video here.
Part 2: Contents of the MAMI Care Pathway Package.
This video looks in detail at the contents of the MAMI Care Pathway Package - a set of resources and materials to help practitioners identify, assess, and manage small and nutritionally at-risk infants u6m and their mothers. The MAMI Care Pathway Package is a package of resources that was co-created by members of the MAMI Global Network, co-led by the Emergency Nutrition Network and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The MAMI Care Pathway was released in May 2021; previously known as the C-MAMI Tool, the update was informed by the latest evidence and experiences of putting previous versions into practice. For an overview of the MAMI Care Pathway Package, see Part 1 of this video here.
Tackling malnutrition is a global health priority, helping children both survive and thrive. A large proportion of infants under six months of age in the world are identified as malnourished (wasted, stunted and/or underweight) and are at increased risk of death, disease, and poor development. Challenges faced by frontline practitioners in supporting small and nutritionally at risk infants under six months and their mothers prompted the MAMI Global Network to develop the MAMI Care Pathway Package (formerly the C-MAMI Tool) to fill this urgent gap.
This video is a presentation to the Ethiopian Nutrition Leaders Network Annual Meeting, 23rd November 2020 by Marie McGrath (ENN) and Carlos Grijalva Eternod (LSHTM).
MAMI RISE research in Ethiopia is a four year research programme (2019-2023) that will test the MAMI care pathway as a community based approach to care for nutritionally at risk infants under six months in a randomised control trial (RCT) within existing services in two sites in Ethiopia (Jimma Zone and Deder Woreda).
This is a recording of a presentation by Marie McGrath, ENN Technical Director, on ENN's work on Management of At risk Mothers and Infants under six months (MAMI). It shares key principles of the MAMI approach, how this collective effort has evolved, resources available to support practitioners and exciting potential looking ahead.
MAMI Special Interest Group meeting, December 2019 Report.
Over the years the scope of ENN’s work has expanded beyond a focus on humanitarian contexts to encompass a broader set of issues around drivers of wasting and stunting in both high burden and emergency contexts. We are also increasingly interested in the evolving policy and programming environment around malnutrition treatment and prevention. ENN is currently engaged in exploring the relationship between wasting and stunting (see the recent blog piece by Carmel Dolan here), stunting in emergencies, and on how stunting or wasting focused initiatives interact in practice.
Au fil des années, la portée du travail d'ENN s'est étendue au-delà de l'accent mis initialement sur les contextes humanitaires pour englober un ensemble plus large de problèmes liés à l’émaciation et au retard de croissance dans des contextes d'urgence et/ou des contextes où la prévalence est élevée. Nous sommes de plus en plus intéressés par l'évolution de la politique et de l'environnement de programmation autour du traitement et de la prévention de la malnutrition. ENN est actuellement engagé dans l'exploration de la relation entre l’émaciation et le retard de croissance (voir le récent billet de Carmel Dolan sur le blog ici), le retard de croissance dans les situations d'urgence, et la façon dont les initiatives ciblées sur le retard de croissance et l’émaciation interagissent dans la pratique.
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