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close this bookMental Health and Psychosocial Well-being among Children in Severe Food Shortage Situations (WHO; 2006; 8 pages) View the PDF document
View the documentPsychosocial stimulation, attachment, and feeding in early child development
View the documentMalnutrition and reduced psychosocial stimulation: implications for children’s development
View the documentMalnutrition and reduced psychosocial stimulation
View the documentMicro-nutritional deficiencies and risks for poor child development
View the documentInterventions to promote positive child development and to reduce the chance of mental health problems for mother and child
View the documentPrevention strategies
View the documentCombined nutrition/stimulation programmes
View the documentCommunity/home-based selective feeding/stimulation programmes
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Mental Health and Psychosocial Well-being among Children in Severe Food Shortage Situations

WHO/MSD/MER/06.1

©WHO/Jean Mohr, photo 166601, 1974

Mental Health: Evidence and Research
Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse in collaboration with the
Department of Child and Adolescent Health
Department of Health Action in Crises
Department of Nutrition for Health and Development

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