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Read the event blog for the CMAM Conference 2011

17 November 2011

The event blog for the CMAM Conference 2011 is now available

CIHD's Dr Marko Kerac is reporting on the conference today. The conference, led by the Emergency Nutrition Network, is focusing on Government experiences of CMAM scale up.

Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) is the internationally used term to describe a programming approach that involves timely detection of severe acute malnutrition in the community (including social mobilisation), treatment at home for those without medical complications using ready to use therapeutic foods (RUTFs) or other nutrient-dense foods, combined with a facility-based approach for those malnourished children with medical complications.