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close this bookEmergency Supplementary Feeding Programmes - Good Practice Review 2 (ODI, 1995, 122 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
View the document1. Objectives and Intended Audience
Open this folder and view contents2. Emergency Supplementary Feeding Programmes: Principles and Context
Open this folder and view contents3. Starting and Stopping Emergency SFPs
Open this folder and view contents4. Programme Design
Open this folder and view contents5. Monitoring and Evaluation
Open this folder and view contents6. Typical Scenarios
View the documentAnnex 1: Key emergency supplementary feeding programme guidelines
View the documentAnnex 2: Checklist for determining whether and how to implement an emergency SFP in the absence of adequate general rations
View the documentAnnex 3: Checklist of questions to determine whether to implement an on-site or dry take-home emergency SFP
View the documentAnnex 4: Checklist of questions to identify and prioritise the most appropriate target groups for emergency SFPs
View the documentAcronyms

Acronyms

AICF

Action Internationale Contre la Faim

BMI

Body Mass Index

BMR

Basal Metabolic Rate

CDC

Centre for Disease Control

CHW

Community Health Workers

CSM

Corn-Soy Meal

EPI

Expanded Programme of Immunisation

ICRC

International Committee of the Red Cross

MCH

Mother and Child Health

MoH

Ministry of Health

MSF

Médecins sans Frontières

MUAC

Mid-Upper Arm Circumference

NCHS

National Centre for Health Statistics

NIP

Nutrition Intervention Programme

PEM

Protein-Energy Malnutrition

SCF

Save the Children Fund

SFP

Supplementary Feeding Programmes

TB

Tuberculosis

TF

Therapeutic Feeding

WFP

World Food Programme

WHO

World Health Organisation

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The objective of the Relief and Rehabilitation Network (RRN) is to facilitate the exchange of professional information and experience between the personnel of NGOs and other agencies involved in the provision of relief and rehabilitation assistance. Members of the Network are either nominated by their agency or may apply on an individual basis. Each year, RRN members receive four mailings in either English or French. A Newsletter and Network Papers are mailed to members every March and September and Good Practice Reviews on topics in the relief and rehabilitation field every June and December. In addition, RRN members are able to obtain advice on technical and operational problems they are facing from the RRN staff in London. A modest charge is made for membership with rates varying in the case of agency-nominated members depending on the type of agency.

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