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Outcome of Infants in Kabul Therapeutic Feeding Units. Evaluation of Relactation by the Supplemental Suckling Technique

Author: Odile Oberlin, ACF
Resource type: Report

Outcome of Infants in Kabul Therapeutic Feeding Units. Evaluation of Relactation by the Supplemental Suckling Technique. Odile Oberlin, May 2006

Aims:

  1. evaluate the impact of the supplementary suckling technique during the period of management in the Therapeutic feeding unit
  2. evaluate the outcome of previous mother milk insufficiency children discharged from ACF centres
  3. To evaluate the impact of the advice provided by ACF on breastfeeding practices

ALSO in malnutrition section

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