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Nutrition at the Center
Pages and Files
Technical Interventions of N@C:
Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition
Cross Cutting Areas:
Gender and Empowerment
IYCN and rMN
Nutrition Programming Resources
FNS Workshop April 30, 2014
Past related projects:
Window of Opportunity
Nutrition at the Center Staff Page
CARE Program Information and Impact Reporting System (PIIRS)
Videos on CARE's work in maternal and child nutrition
Care's Wiki Home
Food and Nutrition Security Resource Hub
The period of
other foods or liquids are provided in addition to breastmilk.
Appropriate complementary feeding starts at six months and promotes growth and prevents stunting among children 6–24 months
This is an especially vulnerable time because infants are just learning to eat and must be fed soft foods frequently and patiently. Rates of malnutrition usually peak at
this time with consequences that persist throughout life.
Guiding Principles for complementary Feeding of the Breastfed Child
Guiding Principles for Feeding Non-Breastfed Children 6-24 Months of Age
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