IYCF-E Toolkit, Chapter Four: Programme Planning and Reporting

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Key Concepts:

1. Programming Guides

1.1. Overview of Programme Planning by Programme Type

1.2. Overview of UNICEF, Sphere, Lancet Conceptual Frameworks

1.3. IYCF-E Elements in The Sphere Project

1.4. IYCF Handshake

1.5. Decision trees for IYCF-E

2. Activities

2.1. One-to-One Counseling

a. Overview of Listening and Learning Skills

b. Overview of Skilled Breastfeeding Support Characteristics

2.2. Support Groups

a. Overview of Mother to Mother Support Groups

2.3. Care Groups

a. Summary of Care Groups

3. Technical Areas

3.1. Breastfeeding

a. Recommended Breastfeeding Practices and Counseling

b. Overview of Kangaroo Care

3.2. Complementary Feeding

a. Recommended Complementary Feeding Practices and Counseling

b. Summary of Complementary Feeding Guiding Principles for Non-Breastfed

3.3. Management of Acute Malnutrition In Infants

a. Summary of Managing Acute Malnutrition in Infants

b. C-MAMI Tool Version 1

c. C-MAMI Final Checklist

3.4. Maternal Nutrition

a. Summary of Key Considerations for Maternal Nutrition

3.5. HIV

a. Summary of Recommendations for HIV in Infant Feeding

4. Minimise the Risk of Artificial Feeding

4.1. Targeting Criteria for BMS 

4.2. RUIF & PIF Pros and Cons

4.3. Brief on How to Manage Donations of BMS

4.4. Sourcing an Appropriate BMS

4.5. Artificial Feeding Guidelines – PIF for HW

4.6. Artificial Feeding Guidelines – RUIF for HW

4.7. Summary of Frontline Feeding Support

4.8. Note on Artificial Feeding Guidelines for Caregivers

5. Psychosocial and Developing the Child

5.1. Summary of Importance of Psychosocial and Psychological Support

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