Nutrition

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Summary of the Scientifc Rational for the Benefits of Breastfeeding. UNICEF 2012.

Improving Breastfeeding Practices Through Using Communication for Development: UNICEF webinar Series 2010-2012. Resource manual and presentation.

Behaviour Change Communication in Emergencies. UNICEF 2006. Manual and Tools

An Inventory of Tools for Supporting Community Based Programmes for Child Survival, Growth and Development. UNICEF 1999.

Methodologies for Researching Gender Influences on Child Survival, Health and Nutrition. UNICEF/Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. January 2012

Gender Influences on Child Survival, Health and Nutrition: A Narrative Review. UNICEF/Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. Janary 2012

Introduction to interpreting area graphs for infant and young child feeding. UNICEF, 2010

Infant and Young Child Feeding Programme Review: Consolidated Report of Six-Country Review of Breastfeeding Programmes. AED, UNICEF, 2010

Updated princiles and recommendations for infant feeding in the context of HIV and a summary of evidence. ONUSIDA/FNUAP/UNICEF/OMS, 2010

Strengthening action to improve feeding of infants and young children aged 6-23 monthsof age in nutrition and child health programmes. Geneva, 6-8 October 2008. Report Proceedings. UNICEF/OMS2008

Learning from large scale community-based breastfeeding programmes. AED/UNICEF/USAID/OMS, 2008

Indicators for assessig infant and young child feeding programmes: Part 1 definitions. AED/FANTA/IFPRI/UCDavis/UNICEF/USAID/OMS, 2008

Indicators for assessing infant and young child feeding programmes: Part 2: Measurement. AED/FANTA/IFPRI/UCDavis/UNICEF/USAID/OMS, 2010

Indicators for assessing infant and young child feeding programmes: Part 3: Country Profiles. AED/FANTA/IFPRI/UCDavis/UNICEF/USAID/OMS, 2010

Experts’ consultation on growth monitoring and promotion strategies: Program guidance for a way forward Recommendations from a Technical Consultation UNICEF Headquarters New York, USA, June 16-18, 2008

Revisiting Growth Monitoring and its Evolution to Promoting growth as a Strategic Program Approach: Building Consensus for Future Program Guidance Report of a Technical Consultation UNICEF Headquarters New York, USA September 25-26, 2007

Normes de croissance OMS et identification de la malnutrition aiguë sévère chez l’enfant : déclaration commune
de l’Organisationmondiale de la Santé et du Fond des Nations Unies pour l’Enfance
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Joint WHO/WFP/UNICEF Statement on Preventing and controlling micronutrient deficiecies in populations affected by an emergency

UNICEF and the Global Strategy on Infant and Young Child Feeding (GSIYCF), Understanding the Past, Planning the Future

Joint WHO/UNICEF Statement on IYCF in Emergencies

Ending Malnutrition by 2020: An Agenda for Change in the Millennium. Final Report to the ACC/SCN by the Commission on the Nutrition Challenges of the 21st Century. February 2000.

Nutrition Essentials: A Guide for Health Managers. WHO/BASICS/UNICEF, 1999

The State of the World's Children 1998: Focus on Nutrition. UNICEF, 1998

Mason, J.B. et al. The Micronutrient Report: Current Progress and Trends in the Control of Vitamin A, Iodine and Iron Deficiencies. Micronutrient Initiative, 2001

LINKAGES Project, Academy for Educational Development. The Case for Promoting Multiple Vitamin/mineral Supplements for Women of Reproductive Age in Developing Countries. Washington, DC: Academy for Educational Development, 1998

Preventing Micronutrient Malnutrition: A Guide to Food-based Approaches. Rome: FAO, Food and Nutrition Division, 1997

Enriching Lives: Overcoming Vitamin and Mineral Malnutrition in Developing Countries. Washington, D.C: World Bank, 1994


 

 

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