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Women starting to breastfeed due to emergency

Experiences from Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita that women breastfed (and continued to do so afterwards) following the emergency ...

WHO/UNICEF joint statement on appropriate IYCF in the current emergency, and caution about unnecessary use of milk products

Joint statement by WHO / UNICEF for Myanmar, Cyclone Nargis, May 2008. Myanmar Tropical Cyclone WHO and UNICEF joint statement on app...

Where IFE sits...IFE International policies and strategies

Material from the 4 day strategy workshop 'Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergencies: Regional Experiences and Challenges in Achiev...

When an Emergency Strikes Breastfeeding Can Save Lives

www.llli.org/Release/emergency.html They released a part 2 later see: USA, Hurricane Katrina, 2005. When an emergency strikes breastfe...

Wet nursing: Aid workers in Burma lament late start

General: www.abc.net.au/worldtoday/ Realplayer: rtsp://media1.abc.net.au/reallibrary/audio/twt/200807/20080710-twt-08-burma-children.r...

Wet nursing for refugee orphans in Bangladesh

This article shares the practical realities of identifying wet nurses for young orphans where artificial feeding is not considered a sa...

Wet nursing - Wet nurse feeds China quake babies

Two reports of the same police woman wet nursing in China following earthquake: Reuters CNN (1) Reported by Helen Long, Reuters - inc...

Wet Nursing - Rescue efforts of a hero

Two media stories of same woman: www.int.iol.co.za:80/index.php?set_id=1&click_id=3&art_id=nw20080518144535630C499002 Rescue e...

Wet nursing - Infant feeding in a refugee camp. Experiences from Bangladesh

Presentation from the 4 day strategy workshop 'Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergencies: Regional Experiences and Challenges in Ac...

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