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Guidelines and Recommendations

WHO. Guideline: Use of multiple micronutrient powders for home fortification of foods consumed by infants and children 6-23 months of age. WHO, Geneva. 2011.
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WHO. Guideline: Use of multiple micronutrient powders for home fortification of foods consumed by pregnant women. WHO, Geneva. 2011.
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SGHI. Micronutrient Sprinkles for use in Infants and Young Children: Guidelines on Recommendations for Use and Program Monitoring and Evaluation. SGHI, Toronto. 2008.
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SGHI. Guidelines for the use of Micronutrient Sprinkles for Infants and Young Children in Emergencies. SGHI, Toronto. 2008.
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SGHI. Iron supplementation in areas of high malaria transmission, concern over safety. For more information see our official statement: HTML / PDF.

WHO. Iron Supplementation of young children in regions where malaria transmission is intense and infectious disease highly prevalent. WHO, Geneva. 2006.
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MI/SGHI/IDPAS. Joint Statement by the Micronutrient Initiative, International Nutrition Foundation and the Sprinkles Global Health Initiative at Sick Kids. Home Fortification with Multiple Micronutrients: Effectively Preventing Iron Deficiency Anaemia in Infants and Young Children. MI, Ottawa. 2005.
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WHO/UNICEF. Preventing and Controlling Micronutrient Deficiencies in people affected by the Asian Tsunami. WHO, Geneva. 2005.
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WHO/UNICEF. Focusing on Anemia: Towards an integrated approach for effective anaemia control. WHO, Geneva. 2004
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PAHO/WHO. Facts for Life. UNICEF, New York. 2001.
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PAHO/WHO. Guiding Principles for Complementary Feeding of the Breastfed Child. WHO, Geneva. 2001.
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WHO. Iron Deficiency Anaemia Assessment, Prevention, and Control A guide for programme managers. WHO, Geneva. 2001.
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Levinson FJ, Rogers BL, Hicks KM, Schaetzel T, Troy L, Young C. (1999). Monitoring and Evaluation: A Guidebook for Nutrition Project Managers in Developing Countries. Human Development Network, World Bank.
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INACG. Guidelines for the Use of Iron Supplements to Prevent and Treat Iron Deficiency Anemia. ILSI, Washington. 1998.
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