While the general principles of infant and young child feeding in emergencies (IYCF-E) remain consistent across settings, every emergency has unique contextual challenges and issues that must be addressed.
There are unique challenges in providing IYCF-E in the current humanitarian crisis throughout Europe. The large numbers of displaced families in transit with infants and young children has made providing adequate IYCF-E aid extremely difficult.
Our international network of volunteers has responded to specific requests from the field to develop tools that may facilitate more timely and effective IYCF-E support for families in transit.
On our site you will find the following resources:
These resources were created in collaboration with the IFE Core Group of the ENN.
We have also created a social media campaign to raise awareness of the importance of WHO Code compliant IYCF-E practices. You can find our memes and videos on our site as well.
We endeavour to ensure all resources and translations are correct and up to date and adding more as needed. However if you find something is not correct or you need a resouce not listed, please contact us.

Chisinau, Moldova. March 4, 2022.
Ukrainian refugee children.