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Responsive Care and Early Learning Addendum Resource Collection

Adolescent Nutrition Resource Bank

Feeding and Disability Resource Bank

Measuring What it Takes to Provide Care

Ages and Stages Reference Package and Resource Collection

Optimizing Diets by Using Local Foods for Improved Nutrition for Women and Children

Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Governance Resource Bank

Anemia Toolkit

Resilience Food Security Activity (RFSA) Resource Collection

Emergency Nutrition Resources

USAID Nawiri Framework

Monitoring and Evaluation Online Course Repository

Diet Assessment Decision Tool

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Disability Resource Bank

Working with Children with Eating & Drinking Difficulties: A Training Programme for Healthcare Specialists in Low-Resource Settings

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Complementary Feeding
This training is aimed at therapists already working with children with neurodevelopmental disabilities who want treat eating and drinking difficulties.
Disability Resource Bank

Caring for Children with Developmental Disabilities: A Guide for Parents

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Early Childhood DevelopmentInfant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN)
This toolkit provides guidance for generic workers on how to support children with varying levels of cerebral palsy and/or intellectual disabilities and/or autism spectrum conditions to promote their health, development, and well-being.
Disability Resource Bank

MAITS Working with Infants with Feeding Difficulties Training Package

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This training program is designed to improve the knowledge and skills of health care professionals to support breastfeeding and nutrition in infants struggling to feed due to prematurity, low birthweight, or underlying disability.
Disability Resource Bank

Working with Children with Developmental Disabilities and their Caregivers: A Training Programme for Non-Specialists in Low Resource Settings

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Early Childhood DevelopmentGrowth Monitoring and PromotionInfant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN)
This training equips staff with an overview of childhood disabilities; an understanding of how to use daily activities to promote health, development, and well-being; and the skills to use the MAITS Guide for Parents.