Resources for Helping Ukrainian Refugees

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UNICEF Joint Statement


UNICEF, the Global Nutrition Cluster, and Partners call for ALL involved in the response to the Ukraine Conflict Crisis to protect, promote, and support the feeding and care of infants and young children and their caregivers. This is critical to support child survival, growth, and development and to prevent malnutrition, illness, and death.

This joint statement has been issued to help secure immediate, coordinated, multi-sectoral action on infant and young child feeding (IYCF).

You can download a copy of the statement in the following languages below:

The following leaflets are based on the Interim Operational Considerations for the Feeding Support of Infants and Young Children Under 2 Years of Age in Migrant and Refugee Settings in Europe, which were developed by the Infant Feeding in Emergencies (IFE) Core Group. They have been translated through the generous assistance of an international network of volunteers.

IYCF-E Transit Flyers


It is difficult to travel with a baby. Keeping your baby fed and healthy is a challenge. This flyer can offer guidance on feeding your baby whilst travelling.

Click here to view the IYCF-E Transit Flyers

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Simple Points for IYCF-E


These guidelines are designed to be a simple reference to assist helpers, aid workers, and caregivers in providing infant feeding support in the migrant and refugee transit context specifically.

Click here to view the Simple Points Guidelines

Key Phrases – IYCFE Assessment


These resources were developed as a tool to assist helpers who are providing IYCFE support when language is a barrier to communication.

Click here to view the Key Phrases Documents

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