Library

The REFINE Library is a collection of resources relating to food-supported interventions, including peer-reviewed journal articles, published reports or reviews, case studies, and organisational documents. These resources are tagged according to the subject matter they cover. If relevant to more than one category the document appears in both categories. New resources are added regularly according to search criteria and standards developed by REFINE.

Please send suggestions for additions to this library to REFINEnutrition@gmail.com

 


Establishing desirable fortificant levels for calcium, iron and zinc in foods for infant and young child feeding: examples from three Asian countries

Gibbs, M. M., Carriquiry, A. L., Capanzana, M. V., Gibson, R. S.. "Establishing desirable fortificant levels for calcium, iron and zinc in foods for infant and young child feeding: examples from three Asian countries." Maternal & Child Nutrition 10 , no. 1 (2014) : 112-125

Evaluation of the acceptability of improved supplementary foods for the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition in Burkina Faso using a mixed method approach

Iuel-Brockdorf, A. S., Draebel, T. A., Ritz, C., Fabiansen, C., Cichon, B., Brix Christensen, V., Yameogo, C., Oummani, R., Briend, A., Michaelsen, K. F., Ashorn, P., Filteau, S., Friis, H.. "Evaluation of the acceptability of improved supplementary foods for the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition in Burkina Faso using a mixed method approach." Appetite 99 (2016) : 34-45

Evidence of the effectiveness of flour fortification programs on iron status and anemia: a systematic review

Pachon, H., Spohrer, R., Mei, Z., Serdula, M.. "Evidence of the effectiveness of flour fortification programs on iron status and anemia: a systematic review." Nutrition Reviews 73 , no. 11 (2015) : 780-795

Extending supplementary feeding for children younger than 5 years with moderate acute malnutrition leads to lower relapse rates

Trehan, I., Banerjee, S., Murray, E.. "Extending supplementary feeding for children younger than 5 years with moderate acute malnutrition leads to lower relapse rates." Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition 60 , no. 4 (2015) : 544-549

Feasibility and acceptability study of preparing corn soy blend with fortified vegetable oil in Malawi: Formative research

Kumwenda, G., Nhlema, B., Maganga, G., Rogers, B., Walton, S., Boiteau, J., Webb, P.. "Feasibility and acceptability study of preparing corn soy blend with fortified vegetable oil in Malawi: Formative research." USAID Food Aid Quality Review (2016)

Feeding behaviors during home-based treatment of moderate acute malnutrition using corn-soy blends or lipid-based nutrient supplements

Iuel-Brockdorf, A., Ouedraogo, A., Ritz, C., Draebel, T. A., Ashorn, P., Filteau, S., Michaelsen, K. F.. "Feeding behaviors during home-based treatment of moderate acute malnutrition using corn-soy blends or lipid-based nutrient supplements." Maternal & Child Nutrition (2016)

Feeding patterns and behaviors during home supplementation of underweight Malawian children with lipid-based nutrient supplements or corn-soy blend

Flax, V. L., Phuka, J., Cheung, Y. B., Ashorn, U., Maleta, K., Ashorn, P.. "Feeding patterns and behaviors during home supplementation of underweight Malawian children with lipid-based nutrient supplements or corn-soy blend." Appetite 54 , no. 3 (2010) : 504-11

Follow-up of post-discharge growth and mortality after treatment for severe acute malnutrition (FuSAM study): a prospective cohort study

Kerac, M., Bunn, J., Chagaluka, G., Bahwere, P., Tomkins, A., Collins, S., Seal, A.. "Follow-up of post-discharge growth and mortality after treatment for severe acute malnutrition (FuSAM study): a prospective cohort study." PloS One 9 , no. 6 (2014) : e96030

Follow-up status of children with SAM treated with RUTF in peri-urban and rural Northern Bangladesh

Banerjee, C., Hoq, M., Matin, E.. "Follow-up status of children with SAM treated with RUTF in peri-urban and rural Northern Bangladesh." ENN Field Exchange , no. 50 (2015) : 9

Food commodity pipeline management in transitional settings: challenges and lessons learned from the first USAID food development program in South Sudan

Tappis, H., Doocy, S., Amoako, S.. "Food commodity pipeline management in transitional settings: challenges and lessons learned from the first USAID food development program in South Sudan." Global Health: Science and Practice 1 , no. 2 (2013) : 193-202

Food sharing practices in households receiving supplemental foods for the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition in Ethiopian children

Karakochuk, C. D., van den Briel, T., Stephens, D., Zlotkin, S.. "Food sharing practices in households receiving supplemental foods for the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition in Ethiopian children." Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition 10 , no. 3 (2015) : 343-355

Food, nutrients, and child growth: The role of specific foods and nutrients in child malnutrition and implications for food assistance programs

Herforth, A., Moussa, S.. "Food, nutrients, and child growth: The role of specific foods and nutrients in child malnutrition and implications for food assistance programs." Food and Nutrition Bulletin 26 , no. 4 (2005)

Formative assessment to design the packaging of a lipid-based nutrient supplement for a home fortification program to improve the nutritional status of young children in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Tripp, K., Clayton, H., Nanema, A., Mujinga, W., Kupka, R., Sandalinas, F., Nanama, S., Jungjohann, S., Chatelier, M. L., Palma, C.. "Formative assessment to design the packaging of a lipid-based nutrient supplement for a home fortification program to improve the nutritional status of young children in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)." (2013)

Formative research for the development of a market‐based home fortification programme for young children in Niger

Tripp, K., Perrine, C. G., de Campos, P., Knieriemen, M., Hartz, R., Jefferds, M. E., Kupka, R.. "Formative research for the development of a market‐based home fortification programme for young children in Niger." Maternal & Child Nutrition 7 , no. Supplement 3 (2011) : 82-95

Formulation of complementary food using amaranth, chickpea and maize improves iron, calcium and zinc content

Zebdewos, A., Singh, P., Birhanu, G., Whiting, S. J., Henry, C. J., Kebebu, A.. "Formulation of complementary food using amaranth, chickpea and maize improves iron, calcium and zinc content." African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development 15 , no. 4 (2015) : 10290-10304