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The Weaning Project: Improving Young Child Feeding Practices

Author: The Manoff Group
Resource type: Report

Marcia Griffiths, Project Director, The Manoff Group 1992

The final report of The Weaning Project 1984 - 1989 that tried to improve weaning in a number of countries worldwide, describes what they did and the results - Indonesia, Cameroon, Swaziland, Ghana, Equador

www.manoffgroup.com/resources/WeaningProjectReport.doc

Also contained in this section is:

  1. Improving Child Feeding Practices - lessons learnt. The Manoff Group, 1999, which is Annex B: part of a bigger report Nutrition Toolkit #9, Using Communication to Improve Nutrition 1999. Available on line at: siteresources.worldbank.org/NUTRITION/Resources/Tool9-appendb.pdf
  2. Indonesia report: The Weaning Project: Improving Young Child Feeding Practices in Indonesia www.manoffgroup.com/resources/INDONESIA-WeaningProject.pdf [An old report but contains pictures, leaflets and other material that they used.]
  3. Cameroon report: The Weaning Project Cameroon. www.manoffgroup.com/resources/CAMEROON-Weaning.doc - just a page overview of what they did, no pictures or anything.

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weaningprojectreport.doc (Word, 256kb)

indonesia-weaningproject-1991.pdf (PDF, 1.3mb)

cameroon-weaning-manoff.doc (Word, 72kb)

tool9-appendb-improving-child-feeding-practices-lessons-learnt-1999.pdf (PDF, 41kb)

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