Published By:
USAID Advancing Nutrition
Publication Date:
Technical Report
English

Recognizing the importance of protecting, maintaining, and potentially improving the diets of children under the age of two, there has been an increased focus on supporting infant and young child feeding in emergency contexts in recent years. However, the focus of activities has typically been on promoting exclusive breastfeeding with relatively less emphasis on complementary feeding practices. This report seeks to identify tools available to support complementary feeding in emergencies programming and assess where there are gaps and additional resources needed.

Photo: a woman wearing a shirt with the USAID logo on the sleeve holds a bowl of food out to a young child who is sitting on his mother's lap.