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Main logo graphic  The following publications are available from the LINKAGES Project. You can download a pdf version or request a copy to be mailed to you at no cost.
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Manual de Lactancia Materna
This Spanish manual serves as a reference and counseling guide for health care personnel and community health workers promoting breastfeeding and LAM, a postpartum contraceptive method for women who breastfeed.

Contributing Partner(s): Institute for Reproductive Health, La Leche League Honduras, UNICEF, USAID, Wellstart International
Languages Available: Spanish
Downloads Available (Click to download): Spanish
 
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19 Pages
Size: 464 KB
A Spreadsheet Model to Estimate the Effects of Different Infant Feeding Strategies on Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and on Infant Mortality
This model was used to calculate results reported in: Ross JS, Labbok MH. Modeling the effects of different infant feeding strategies on young child survival and mother-to-child transmission of HIV. Am J Pub Health 2004; 94:1175-1181. (This model is in Microsoft Excel.)

Author(s): J. Ross, M. Labbok
Languages Available: English (07/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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81 Pages
Size: 1.06 MB
Behavior Change Communication for Improved Infant Feeding - Training Module
Trains trainers in behavior change communication skills, training techniques, and infant feeding. Includes field visits, practice training, and action planning exercises.

Languages Available: English (03/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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8 Pages
Size: 96.08 KB
Birth, Initiation of Breastfeeding, and the First Seven Days after Birth - Facts for Feeding
Identifies actions health care providers can take during the first week postpartum to help the mother and baby establish and maintain good breastfeeding practices.

Languages Available: English (07/2003), French (09/2002), Spanish (09/2002)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish
 
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6 Pages
Size: 123.15 KB
Breastfeeding and HIV/ AIDS- Frequently Asked Questions
Reviews the latest information on the transmission of HIV via breastfeeding and provides programmatic guidance for field activities.

Languages Available: English (04/2004), French (05/2004), Spanish (05/2002)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish
 
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6 Pages
Size: 121.56 KB
Breastfeeding and Maternal Nutrition- Frequently Asked Questions
Focuses on the impact of maternal nutrition on breastmilk quantity and quality, the nutritional requirements of lactating women, the impact of breastfeeding on maternal health, and implications of this information for programs.

Languages Available: English (07/2004), French (05/2000), Spanish (04/2003)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish
 
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8 Pages
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Breastmilk: A Critical Source of Vitamin A for Infants and Young Children- Facts for Feeding
Recommends national, community, and household level practices to improve vitamin A status of infants, young children, and pregnant and lactating women.

Contributing Partner(s): Helen Keller International, HKI/ Africa, the MOST Project
Languages Available: English (10/2001), French (08/2000), Spanish (12/2002), Portuguese (08/2000)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish, Portuguese
 
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90 Pages
Size: 3.17 MB
Can Marketing Of Multiple Vitamin/Mineral Supplements Reach the Poor? The Vitald�a Project, Bolivia
Documents the qualitative research conducted for the development of a multiple micronutrient supplement (VitalD�a) marketed to reach low income women in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. It also presents results from the baseline and final Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices, and Behavior (KAPB) studies conducted to assess the reach of the program among women of reproductive age.

Author(s): S. Huffman
Languages Available: English (05/2002)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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Illustrates ways of promoting growth and learning in young children through everyday interactions between children and their caregivers in rural Guatemala and urban Brazil.

Author(s): P. Engle
Languages Available: English (11/1999)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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Illustrates ways of promoting growth and learning in young children through everyday interactions between children and their caregivers in rural Guatemala and urban Brazil.

Author(s): P. Engle
Languages Available: English (11/1999)
Downloads Available (Click to download): No downloads available
 
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30 Pages
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Community-Based Strategies for Breastfeeding Promotion and Support in Developing Countries
WHO and LINKAGES examine the role of communities and community-based resource persons in providing support to mothers who breastfeed. This report is based on a review of the literature and an analysis of three projects; it assesses the impact of interventions, the mechanisms through which behaviors can be changed, and the factors that are necessary to maximize and sustain the benefits of interventions. (Hard copies of this publication can be obtained by e-mailing WHO at [email protected])

Author(s): A. Morrow, WHO
Contributing Partner(s): LINKAGES
Languages Available: English (03/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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6 Pages
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Development of Messages and Materials to Promote Improved Infant and Young Child Feeding: A Case Study in Northern Ghana
LINKAGES, in collaboration with the Ghana Health Service (GHS) and partners in northern Ghana, chose a participatory process for developing radio, print, and traditional media materials to address infant feeding problems found in northern Ghana. Partners celebrated program success during World Breastfeeding Week

Author(s): L. Martin, J. Schubert
Languages Available: English (2003)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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40 Pages
Size: 1.91 MB
Developmental Readiness of Normal Full Term Infants to Progress from Exclusive Breastfeeding to the Introduction of Complementary Foods: Reviews of the Relevant Literature
Summarizes evidence-based literature regarding the best age to introduce complementary (semi-solid and solid) foods into the diet of the breastfed infant.

Author(s): A. Naylor, ed. and A. Morrow, co-ed.
Contributing Partner(s): Wellstart International and the LINKAGES Project
Languages Available: English (04/2001)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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70 Pages
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Essential Health Sector Actions to Improve Maternal Nutrition in Africa
Identifies essential nutrition and health actions for pregnant and lactating women that contribute to the achievement of five nutrition-related outcomes.

Contributing Partner(s): The Regional Centre for Quality of Health Care at Makerere University in Uganda, MOST Project, SARA Project, SANA Project
Languages Available: English (05/2001)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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8 Pages
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Essential Health Sector Actions to Improve Maternal Nutrition in Africa (Summary)
Summary of 70 page paper, Essential Health Sector Actions to Improve Maternal Nutrition in Africa.

Contributing Partner(s): The Regional Centre for Quality of Health Care at Makerere University in Uganda, MOST Project, SARA Project, SANA Project
Languages Available: English (05/2001), French (09/2001)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French
 
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57 Pages
Size: 1.81 MB
Essential Nutrition Actions - A Four Day Training Course for Planners & Managers of Health & Nutrition Programs in Indonesia: Training Guide
The purpose of this training is to prepare program managers and pre-service instructors to train service providers in an action-oriented approach to improve the nutrition of infants, young children and women. (THE TRAINING MODULE DOES NOT INCLUDE: Handouts, PowerPoints or Electronic References. To view the training module, click on the link, "English" below; to view the Handouts for this training, click here; to view the PowerPoints, click here; to view the Electronic References, click here)

Languages Available: English (03/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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8 Pages
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Exclusive Breastfeeding: The Only Water Source Young Infants Need - Frequently Asked Questions
Discusses the nutritional and health consequences of giving infants water during the first six months, and the role of breastfeeding in meeting an infant’s water requirements.

Languages Available: English (06/2004), French (06/2004), Spanish, Portuguese (10/2002)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish, Portuguese
 
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8 Pages
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Experience LINKAGES: Behavior Change Communication
Describes LINKAGES behavior change communication strategy, including essential infant feeding behaviors, priority audiences, direct messages, and supportive materials and media.

Languages Available: English (08/2003)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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4 Pages
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Experience LINKAGES: Program Approach
Describes strategies, tools, and materials used by LINKAGES to achieve results.

Languages Available: English (04/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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6 Pages
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Experience LINKAGES: Results
Describes behavioral indicators, tools for measuring change, and results achieved by LINKAGES country programs.

Languages Available: English (05/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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4 Pages
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Experience LINKAGES: Training Tools
Describes LINKAGES training modules, methodologies, and performance monitoring tools.

Languages Available: English (08/2003)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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6 Pages
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Experiences LINKAGES: Infant Feeding Assessments for PMTCT Program Design
This issue of Experience LINKAGES describes the rapid assessment process and its application in the LINKAGES Project’s PMTCT program in Zambia.

Languages Available: English (10/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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58 Pages
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Formative Research for Infant Feeding Programs: Skills and Practice for Infant and Young Child Feeding and Maternal Nutrition
Trains participants to conduct formative research using effective communication skills in order to collect information to plan and improve programs.

Languages Available: English (03/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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4 Pages
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Guidelines for Appropriate Complementary Feeding of Breastfed Children 6-24 Months of Age- Facts for Feeding
Provides feeding guidelines for children 6 to 24 months of age.

Contributing Partner(s): SARA Project
Languages Available: English (04/2004), French (11/1997), Spanish (11/2002)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish
 
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36 Pages
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HIV and Infant Feeding: A Chronology of Research and Policy Advances and Their Implications for Programs
Informs program managers and others about major advances in the study of HIV and infant feeding and the policy responses to these findings.

Author(s): E. Piwoz, E. Preble
Contributing Partner(s): SARA Project
Languages Available: English (09/1998), French (10/1998)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French
 
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47 Pages
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HIV and Infant Feeding: Knowledge, Gaps and Challenges for the Future
A 2004 PowerPoint presentation on mother-to-child transmission of HIV and timing of HIV transmission; overview of postnatal HIV transmission risk factors; results of efforts to quantify risks of different infant feeding strategies using a simulation model; current and planned field trials of interventions to prevent MTCT through breastfeeding; discussion of future challenges. (To view the notes, first open the Powerpoint, then go to the Edit menu, then choose Edit Slides.)

Author(s): E. Piwoz and J. Ross
Contributing Partner(s): SARA Project
Languages Available: English (03/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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74 Pages
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Improving Breastfeeding Behaviors: Evidence from Two Decades of Intervention Research
Summarizes available research on specific interventions intended to improve four key breastfeeding behaviors.

Author(s): C. Green
Languages Available: English (11/1999)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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156 Pages
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Infant and Young Child Feeding: A Tool for Assessing National Practices, Policies and Programmes
This three-part tool is designed to help users assess the strengths and weaknesses of policies and programs for protecting, promoting and supporting optimal feeding practices, and determine where improvements may be needed to meet the aim and objectives of the Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding. Requests for permission to reproduce or translate the tool should be addressed to WHO Publications, email: [email protected] (See our other program tools)

Languages Available: English (10/2003)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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25 Pages
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Infant Feeding Options in the Context of HIV
This document identifies the specific behaviors required of a mother or caregiver to act upon the infant feeding recommendations and informed choice policy of WHO, UNICEF, UNAIDS, and UNFPA.

Languages Available: English (04/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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186 Pages
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Integrated Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Support for Infant Feeding: Community Motivators Course
The LINKAGES basic course on Integrated Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV and Support for Infant Feeding (for community motivators) is designed to provide community motivators with a basic understanding of HIV facts and prevention, mechanisms of MTCT, current MTCT risk reduction interventions, and infant and young child feeding in the context of PMTCT. The course also reviews nutritional recommendations for pregnant women and new mothers in areas affected by HIV.

Languages Available: English (09/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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265 Pages
Size: 2.85 MB
Integrated Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Support for Infant Feeding: Health Providers Course
The LINKAGES basic course on Integrated Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV and Support for Infant Feeding (for health providers) is designed to give clinic-based health personnel and supervisors a basic understanding of HIV facts and prevention, mechanisms of mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of HIV, current MTCT risk reduction interventions, and infant feeding in the context of HIV. The course also reviews nutritional recommendations for pregnant women and new mothers in areas affected by HIV and AIDS.

Languages Available: English (03/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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105 Pages
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Interventions to Improve Breastfeeding Behaviors: Detailed Summaries of 51 Studies
Provides brief summaries of the available research from 51 studies on specific interventions intended to influence four key breastfeeding behaviors.

Author(s): C. Green
Languages Available: English (11/1999)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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107 Pages
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LAM (Lactational Amenorrhea Method): A Modern Postpartum Contraceptive Method for Women Who Breastfeed- Training Module for Health and Family Planning Service Providers
Provides information and activities to train health care personnel and community health workers to provide LAM within their child health, reproductive health, or family planning services.

Languages Available: English (03/2004), French (01/2002), Spanish (03/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish
 
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Contains related publications, a policy/advocacy slide presentation, IEC materials, M&E tools, and training modules. Click here to view the CD

Languages Available: English (5/2002)
Downloads Available (Click to download): No downloads available
 
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6 Pages
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Maternal Nutrition During Pregnancy and Lactation: Dietary Guide
This document attempts to help health workers translate general recommendations for increased nutrient requirements into individual dietary and behavioral changes for mothers. It also attempts to assist programs in the development of appropriate protocols and counseling materials on maternal nutrition.

Contributing Partner(s): CORE Group
Languages Available: English (08/04)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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99 Pages
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Maternal Nutrition: Issues and Interventions (A Computer-based Slide Presentation for Advancing Maternal Nutrition) Presentation Slides with Notes
Offers information to help nutrition advocates influence policy-makers and program planners to address maternal undernutrition. (To view the notes, first open the Powerpoint, then go to the Edit menu, then choose Edit Slides.)

Languages Available: English (07/2004), French (07/2004), Spanish (07/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish
 
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4 Pages
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Mother-to-Mother Support for Breastfeeding- Frequently Asked Questions
Focuses on a support group method where experienced breastfeeding mothers model optimal breastfeeding practices, share information and experiences, and offer support to other women in an atmosphere of trust and respect.

Languages Available: English (04/2004), French (08/1999), Spanish (08/1999)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish
 
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48 Pages
Size: 1.36 MB
Mother-to-Mother Support Group Methodology and Infant Feeding (Breastfeeding and Complementary Feeding): Training of Trainers
Prepares participants to train health care providers or community-based volunteers to organize and facilitate mother-to-mother support groups on infant feeding.

Languages Available: English (01/2003), Spanish (09/2000)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, Spanish
 
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43 Pages
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Packaged Foods for Complementary Feeding: Marketing Challenges and Opportunities
Examines strategies for using packaged complementary foods to improve the nutritional well being of young children in developing countries.

Author(s): R. Porter, L. Shafritz
Languages Available: English (03/1999)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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80 Pages
Size: 616.07 KB
Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Asia: Practical Guidance for Programs
Provides technical information, program guidelines, and a basis for policy dialogue and coordination for preventing MTCT in resource-constrained settings common in Asia.

Author(s): E. Piwoz and E. Preble
Contributing Partner(s): The Academy for Ecucational Development's Center for Nutrition and Family Health
Languages Available: English (06/2002)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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182 Pages
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Quantifying the Benefits of Breastfeeding: A Summary of the Evidence
Presents an annotated bibliography of more than 180 studies that provide scientific and epidemiological evidence in support of the World Health Organization’s and UNICEF’s Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding. (The printed Spanish version of this publication is not currently available. La versi�n impreso en espa�ol no est� disponible ahora.)

Author(s): N. Le�n-Cava, J. Ross, C. Lutter, L. Martin
Contributing Partner(s): Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)
Languages Available: English (06/2002), Spanish (06/2002)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, Spanish
 
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35 Pages
Size: 259.68 KB
Recommended Feeding and Dietary Practices to Improve Infant and Maternal Nutrition
Recommended Feeding and Dietary Practices...

Languages Available: English (02/1999), French (02/1999), Spanish (02/1999)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish
 
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4 Pages
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Recommended Practices to Improve Infant Nutrition during the First Six Months- Facts for Feeding
Provides infant feeding guidelines for the first six months of life. Provides guidelines for activities appropriate to local conditions.

Languages Available: English (07/2004), French (07/2004), Spanish (09/2001)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish
 
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Spotlight on PMTCT: Reducing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV among Women who Breastfeed
The purpose of this issue of Spotlight is to provide decision makers, program managers, and health workers with guidance on how to support HIV-positive mothers who choose to breastfeed so that they can minimize the risk of transmission and protect their own health and the health of their infant. For many HIV-positive mothers in resource-limited settings, breastfeeding is the only or the safest infant feeding strategy available.

Languages Available: English (04/2004), French (06/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French
 
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Spotlight on Replacement Feeding: Transition to Replacement Feeding by HIV-Positive Women Who Breastfeed
Many gaps remain in our knowledge of the risks associated with various infant feeding strategies under different conditions. This guidance, based on the best information currently available, is for HIV-positive women who choose to transition from breastfeeding to replacement feeding at about 6 months.

Languages Available: English (04/2004), French (06/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French
 
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Successful Community Nutrition Programming: Lessons from Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda
Brings together the main findings of a series of assessments of successful community nutrition programming carried out in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, and identifies key lessons learned.

Contributing Partner(s): The Regional Center for Quality of Health Care at Makerere University, and UNICEF
Languages Available: English (06/2002)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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50 Pages
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The Case for Promoting Multiple Vitamin/ Mineral Supplements for Women of Reproductive Age in Developing Countries
Provides guidance on reference standards, the selection of appropriate nutrients and their quantities, and the purchasing of appropriate supplements for pregnant women and women of reproductive age in developing countries.

Author(s): S. Huffman, J. Baker, J. Shumann, E. Zehner
Languages Available: English (11/1998), French (11/1998), Spanish (11/1998)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish
 
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The Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM)- Frequently Asked Questions
Focuses on LAM as a modern, temporary family planning method for women who breastfeed, and is addressed to the child survival and family planning health care providers.

Languages Available: English (09/2001), French (05/2000), Spanish (05/2000)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French, Spanish
 
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54 Pages
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Using the Essential Nutrition Actions to Improve the Nutrition of Women and Children in Ethiopia, including under Situations of Emergencies and HIV and AIDS: Training Guide
This Trainer’s Guide is intended to equip senior health instructors and planners in Ethiopia with the basic theory and technical update to design and implement the Essential Nutrition Actions (ENA) approach, or to train others to do so. (THE TRAINING MODULE DOES NOT INCLUDE: Handouts, PowerPoints or Electronic References. To view the training module, click on the link, "English" below; to view the Handouts for this training, click here; to view the PowerPoints, click here; to view the Electronic References, click here)

Languages Available: English (02/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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World LINKAGES: Bolivia
Describes LINKAGES' infant and young child feeding activities with PROCOSI, a network of local and international health organizations in Bolivia.

Languages Available: English (3/2003)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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World LINKAGES: East and Southern Africa
Describes LINKAGES' regional activities with The Regional Centre for Quality Health Care in Uganda, and the East, Central, and Southern Africa Health Community Secretariat in Tanzania.

Languages Available: English (07/2003)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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4 Pages
Size: 412.46 KB
World LINKAGES: Ghana
Describes LINKAGES' breastfeeding promotion and protection activities with the Ghana Health Services and other local partners in Ghana.

Languages Available: English (09/2002)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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4 Pages
Size: 183.72 KB
World LINKAGES: India
Describes LINKAGES' infant feeding and maternal nutrition program initiatives with CARE, Catholic Relief Service, and World Vision in India.

Languages Available: English (06/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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4 Pages
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World LINKAGES: Jordan
Describes LINKAGES' country program activities with the Ministry of Health to integrate LAM into health care facilities in Jordan. (March 1998 - March 2004)

Languages Available: English (07/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 
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4 Pages
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World LINKAGES: Madagascar
Describes LINKAGES' essential nutrition actions program with the Ministry of Health, JSI, and other local partners in Madagascar.

Languages Available: English (06/2002), French (06/2002)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English, French
 
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4 Pages
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World LINKAGES: Zambia
Describes LINKAGES' infant feeding and HIV programs with central and district health, AIDS, and nutrition agencies in Zambia.

Languages Available: English (06/2004)
Downloads Available (Click to download): English
 



 

 

 

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