Journal article, Research

Mar 13 2021

Factors Associated with the Use of Pasteurized Donor Milk for Healthy Newborns: Experience from the First Human Milk Bank in Vietnam (Hoang TT., 2021. Nutrients)

This study investigates the prolonged use of privately purchased pasteurized donor milk (PDM) in healthy newborns, which can undermine breastfeeding promotion efforts and waste resources of PDM for more vulnerable newborns.

Booklet, Graphic/Poster

Jan 10 2019

Breastfeeding and complementary feeding for infant and young child: Key points to remember

This flip chart and booklet are part of a series of social behavior change communication materials created by the A&T India project.

Report

Apr 30 2016

Advocacy for infant and young child feeding: Strategy updates in selected countries in the ASEAN region and beyond

Strategic and well-coordinated advocacy is essential to improve nutrition at scale. Recent efforts in countries throughout Southeast Asia have generated regional momentum and resulted in stronger nutrition policies and programs.

Report

Jun 18 2015

Nutrition stakeholder analysis: Bihar, India

This report describes the methodology, results, and recommendations from a stakeholder landscape study that intended to capture a snapshot of nutrition stakeholders in Bihar, India, and to develop an understanding of how they interact with each other to achieve nutrition outcomes.

Report

Jun 17 2015

Opinion leader perspectives on infant and young child nutrition in Bihar, India

This report describes the methodology, key findings, and recommended actions behind our research that intended to identify opportunities to increase support for stronger infant and young child feeding policies and improved policy and program implementation in the state of Bihar, India.

Booklet, Graphic/Poster, Handout, Presentation

May 02 2015

TOT coaching on early essential newborn care for breathing and non-breathing babies

Training of Trainers materials on coaching on early essential newborn care for breathing and non-breathing babies.

 
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