COVID-19, Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition

COVID-19, Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition – what does the science tell us?

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COVID-19, Maternal, and Child Health, Nutrition – what does the science tell us? is compiled by the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health and provides an overview of what peer-reviewed journal articles currently state on COVID-19, maternal and child health (including infants), and nutrition. As the pandemic is ongoing more and more research results are published. With this service, we aim to provide the user with a snapshot of what is published with updates every few days. We hope that you will learn and benefit from the articles presented here.

Last update posted: 26 May 2020

Next update expected: 29 May 2020 1 pm USA ET

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Monday 6 April: 

Save the Children, UNICEF, Safely Fed Canada and Center for Humanitarian Health, John Hopkins University, with the support of the Tech RRT and the IFE Core Group, presents a webinar on Protecting, promoting and supporting IYCF during the COVID-19 pandemic: reflections and recommendations.

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