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Wet nursing for refugee orphans in Bangladesh

Author: Yara Sfeir, FEX 29
Year: 2007
Resource type: Article

This article shares the practical realities of identifying wet nurses for young orphans where artificial feeding is not considered a safe option, in a refugee setting in Bangladesh. A postscript is included from UNHCR HQ.

Published in Field Exchange 32, January 2008.

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