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Planning and Managing Artificial Feeding Interventions During Emergencies: A guide for decision makers and programmers working in emergency preparedness and response

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IFE, Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergencies Core Group

Infographic 3 helps assist in the implementation of action 6 of the Operational Guidance on Infant Feeding in Emergencies– minimise the risk of artificial feeding. The infographic provides a guide on planning and managing artificial feeding interventions during emergencies for decision-makers and programmers working in emergency preparedness and response. It is available in English and provides guidance on assessing the need for artificial feeding, designing and planning an artificial feeding management programme, securing the required supplies and services, and implementing artificial feeding support.

These infographics are also available on ENN’s website.

The translation to Japanese was done by Hiroko Hongo, Tomoko Seo, and Chisato Hikichi.
The translation to Russian and Ukrainian was done by UNICEF.
The translation to Italian was done by the Italian National Institute of Health & UNICEF Italian Committee. 
The translation to Arabic was done by Save the Children and the GNC Technical Alliance.
The translation to Armenian was done by the GNC Technical Alliance.
The translation to Turkish was done by La Leche League Türkiye and the GNC Technical Alliance.
The translation to Polish was done by Anna Koronkiewicz-Wiórek, Ph.D. in Law (certified Breastfeeding Promoter (PKP) in Poland and IBFAN individual member).

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Artificial feeding

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