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MAMI Care Pathway Package, version 3.0

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The MAMI Care Pathway Package provides practitioners with a resource to screen, assess, and manage small and nutritionally at-risk infants under six months and their mothers (MAMI).

The aim of the MAMI Care Pathway Package is to help put the latest WHO technical guidance into practice. It was developed as a first step to help fill a gap in programming guidance. The MAMI Care Pathway draws upon and complements existing national and international guidance and protocols. It is modelled on the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) approach.

Version 1.0 of the C-MAMI Tool was produced in 2015 and updated to Version 2.0 in 2018. Version 3 is now available. It has been updated from the 2018 version through stakeholder consultation, literature reviews, and based on learnings of previous implementation experiences.

The MAMI Care Pathway Package comprises:

  • MAMI Care Pathway Package: This document, together with the MAMI Counselling Cards and Support Actions Booklet and the MAMI Health Worker Support Materials User Booklet, comprises the complete package that contains all resources and instructions for operationalising the care pathway.

The following materials are included in the Package but can also be downloaded separately.

MAMI Care Pathway User Guides:

MAMI Health Worker Support Materials:

Available as stand-alone documents only:

Materials to support adaptation/integration of the MAMI Care Pathway:

The MAMI Care Pathway Package may require adaptation, development of programme-specific materials, and different levels of training for implementation.

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