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Mother, Infant and Young Child Nutrition and Malnutrition


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References

Healthy Nutrition

  • FAO/UNICEF and Food and Nutrition Council of Zimbabwe, Healthy Harvest, with funding from USAID and ECHO, 2004
     
  • Karen Sullivan, Healthy Eating, HarperCollins Publishers, London, 1999
     
  • FAO/WHO, Living well with HIV/AIDS, Rome, 2002
     
  • Breastfeeding counselling at: A Training Course, materials On line
    http://www.who.int/child-adolescent-health/publications/NUTRITION/BFC.htm
     
  • AED, LINKAGES, ENA behavioural Change Communication TOT Manual
     
  • WHO, Infant and Young Child Feeding Guidelines
     
  • Ministry of Women and Child Development, National Guidelines on Infant and Young Child Feeding, Government of India, 2006
     
  • UNICEF, Breast Crawl, India, 2007

Malnutrition

  • HNP World-Bank, India's undernourished children: a call for reform and action, August 2005
     
  • Save the Children UK, The Minimum Cost of a Healthy Diet (findings from piloting a new methodology in four study locations), June 2007
     
  • 2005-2006 National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3), National Fact Sheet India (provisional data)
     
  • Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, 2005-2006 National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3), National Fact Sheet India (provisional data), Government of India
     
  • Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, 2005-2006 National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3), Fact Sheet Maharashtra (provisional data), Government of India
     
  • WHO in collaboration with Public Health Nutrition (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), Management of Severe Malnutrition (Training Modules), 2002
     
  • SPHERE: no copy right allowed without prior written authorization (need to take out images)

Nutrition in the context of HIV/AIDS

  • WHO/IATT, Consensus Statement on Prevention of HIV infections in pregnant and lactating women, mothers and their infants, October 24-25, 2006
     
  • WHO/UNICEF/UNAIDS/UNFPA, HIV and Infant Feeding, Report on the Technical Consultation held on behalf of IATT, October 24-25 2006
     
  • WHO, HIV and Infant counselling Tool (Reference Guide), with funding from USAID, 2005
     
  • AED/LINKAGES/FANTA project, Nutrition and HIV (Training Manual), with funding from USAID, 2005
     
  • WHO, Nutrient Requirements for people living with HIV/AIDS (Report of a Technical Consultation), 13-15 May 2003
     
  • FAO/WHO, Living well with HIV/AIDS, Rome, 2002

Protection, Promotion and Support of healthy maternal and IYCF

  • IFE, Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergencies, Version 2.0 May 2006
     
  • RCQHC and LINKAGES Project, Nutrition Job Aids for Regions with High HIV prevalence, with funding from USAID and REDSO/ESA, 2002
     
  • LINKAGES Project, Essential Health Sector Actions to improve Maternal Nutrition in Africa, with funding from USAID, 2004
     
  • LINKAGES Project, Women's Nutrition throughout the life cycle and in the context of HIV/AIDS (TOT manual), with funding from USAID, 2005
     
  • RCQHC and LINKAGES Project Essential Nutrition Actions - Operational Guidelines, with funding from USAID, 2008 (forthcoming)
     
  • Ministry of Women and Child Development, National Guidelines on Infant and Young Child Feeding, Government of India, 2006
     
  • UNICEF, Progress for Children (report card on Nutrition), 2006
     
  • UNICEF, Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative, training manuals reviewed 2006
     
  • UNICEF/WHO, Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding, 2003
     
  • WHA resolution 57.14 (2004): Point 2. URGES Member States, as a matter of priority: to pursue policies and practices that promote breastfeeding in the light of the United Nations Framework for Priority Action on HIV and Infant Feeding and the new WHO/UNICEF Guidelines for Policy-Makers and Health-Care Managers.
     
  • The International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes. WHO,1981. Full Code and relevant WHA resolutions are at: http://www.ibfan.org/English/resource/who/fullcode.html
     
  • http://www.who.int/nut/documents/code_english.PDF
     
  • WHO/IATT, Consensus Statement on Prevention of HIV infections in pregnant and lactating women, mothers and their infants, October 24-25, 2006

Early detection and referral of acute malnutrition

  • WHO in collaboration with Public Health Nutrition (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), Management of Severe Malnutrition (Training Modules), 2002
     
  • Michael Golden and Yvonne Grellety, Guidelines for the Management of the Severely malnourished, September 2006
     
  • UNICEF, Emergency Field Handbook, July 2005

Management of malnutrition

  • WHO in collaboration with Public Health Nutrition (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), Management of Severe Malnutrition (Training Modules), 2002
     
  • Michael Golden and Yvonne Grellety, Guidelines for the Management of the Severely malnourished, September 2006
     
  • UNICEF, Emergency Field Handbook (Guide for UNICEF staff), July 2005
     
  • Valid International, Community-based Therapeutic Care (Field Manual), first edition 2006

Information Management Systems

  • UNICEF ESARO, Nutrition Information Systems: recent experiences and way ahead (findings from the Regional Workshop Eastern and Southern Africa), 19-21 April, 2007
     
  • FSAU, Integrated Food Security and Humanitarian Phase Classification (Technical Manual), version 1, 2006
     
  • FSAU, Integrated Food Security and Humanitarian Phase Classification (Workshop report), 5 February 2007
     
  • UNICEF, Emergency Field Handbook (Guide for UNICEF staff), July 2005
     
  • WHO in collaboration with Public Health Nutrition (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), Management of Severe Malnutrition (Training Modules), 2002
     
  • Michael Golden and Yvonne Grellety, Guidelines for the Management of the Severely malnourished, September 2006
     
  • Valid International, Community-based Therapeutic Care (Field Manual), first edition 2006
     
  • UN Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights, Righting the MDGs, first draft, July 2007
     
  • ACF International, SMART Survey Methodology (Training Package), www.smartindicators.org. August 2007
     
  • The SMART methodology is an improved survey method based on the two most vital, basic public health indicators to assess the severity of a humanitarian crisis: nutritional status of children under-five and mortality rate of the population.
     
  • Government of Malawi, Food and Nutrition Security Policy, M&E System (Main Report 2007), January 2007


6 March, 2016
 


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