Feeding a Baby after Six Months (English)

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This brochure addresses questions that mothers may have regarding how to feed babies who, after six months, are beginning to eat semi-solid foods. HIV-positive women, the brochure notes, should consult a health care provider to determine whether it would be best to give another type of milk in place of breast milk. It points out that after 6 months, babies need to gradually begin eating a variety of foods and gives information on types of foods, as well as correct consistency and amounts, to give to babies aged 6, 7-8, 9-12, and 12-24 months. The brochure gives instructions for safe food preparation and storage and covers a range of other points.

Publication Date 
December 2007
Resource Type 
Tools
Pamphlets
Regions/ Countries 
Language 
English