Promoting Improved
Complementary Feeding
(with recipes)


Promoting Improved Complementary Feeding
(with recipes)

A Manual for Community Nutrition Promoters


FAO European Union Food Facility Project
May 2011

© FAO 2011

FAO EU Food Facility Project
Project “Improve the Food Security of Farming Families Affected by Volatile Food Prices”

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Table of Contents

Part 1 (1.8Mb)



Part 1: The Food We Eat and Its Functions

Part 2: Food Needs of Special Groups

Part 3: Food Safety and Hygiene

Part 4: Improved Complementary Feeding Recipes

Part 2 (1.9Mb)

Part 5: Nutrition Counselling and Cooking Demonstrations

Annex 1


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