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CFE Assessment. Dr Nugroho Abikusno WHO/SEARO. Initial assessment. Prevailing feeding practices : Exclusive breastfeeding Breastfeeding Complementary feeding Type and preparation Differences pre- and post- disaster. Feeding practices. Variation Choice of practices

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Cfe assessment

CFE Assessment

Dr Nugroho Abikusno

WHO/SEARO


Initial assessment

Initial assessment

  • Prevailing feeding practices:

  • Exclusive breastfeeding

  • Breastfeeding

  • Complementary feeding

  • Type and preparation

  • Differences pre- and post- disaster


Feeding practices

Feeding practices

  • Variation

  • Choice of practices

  • Most least appropriate practices

  • To identify efforts to improve practices that encourage change in feeding practices

  • Departure of practice that are most dangerous for feeding practices

  • Influence on feeding practices


Feeding practices1

Feeding practices

  • Community participation in promoting optimal feeding and caring practices

  • How to avoid taking the wrong direction or causing offence

  • Provisional quick fix measures


Prevailing conditions available resources

Prevailing conditions & available resources

  • General condition:

  • Nutrition and health status

  • Sanitation

  • Water & food supply

  • Registration procedures

  • Distribution of non-food items: shelter, cooking utensils, blankets


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  • Food:

  • Food aid basket & distribution

  • Local food availability & accessibility

  • Costs

  • Methods and means for preparation


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  • Community attitudes:

  • Breastfeeding

  • Wet-nursing

  • Re-lactation

  • Feeding bottles, teats & BMS

  • Children without mothers:

  • Number, care & feeding status


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  • Community structure:

  • Organization

  • Leadership

  • Traditional influential persons

  • Care for mothers in early post-partum period


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  • Human resources:

  • Skills

  • Training

  • Experience

  • Literacy & education

  • Associated services:

  • Health, nutrition, sanitation, education, site management, logistics and community mobilization & others related to CFE


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  • Household structure & dynamics:

  • Resource acquisition & allocation

  • Most urgent needs

  • Decision-making

  • Income generating:

  • Home-based activities

  • Nearby employment

  • Farming opportunities

  • Marketable skills & crafts


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  • Constraints:

  • Restrictions with local community interactions

  • Religious or cultural protocols


Bf indicators at household level

BF indicators at household level

  • Exclusive breastfeeding (0-4 and 0-6 mo)

  • Partial breastfeeding (0-4 mo)

  • Continued breastfeeding (12-15 mo)

  • Ever breastfed

  • BF median or mean duration


Cf indicators at community level

CF indicators at community level

  • CF proportion of infants (6, 9 & 12 mo)

  • CF consistency (thick or thin)

  • CF energy-rich components

  • CF micronutrient-rich components


Bf indicators at health facility

BF indicators at health facility

  • Exclusive BF by natural mother

  • BMS and supplies receipt

  • Bottle-fed


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • CFE requires consideration of various factors related to breastfeeding and will be greatly influenced by the social economic, social cultural and political situation in a country

  • Indicators to be measured can include quantitative, qualitative and not infrequently a combination of both types of data collection


Thank you

Thank you.


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