Breastfeeding, first-food systems and corporate power: a case study on the market and political practices of the transnational baby food industry and public health resistance in the Philippines (Baker P., 2021. Globalization and Health)
This case study uses the Philippines' history and advocacy environment around breastfeeding and commercial milk formula marketing to understand the worldwide battle for code implementation.
These briefs provide guidance to various stakeholders - legislators and policymakers, mothers and families, health workers, community leaders and members of the media - on the enforcement of the Code of Marketing of Breast-Milk Substitutes in Nigeria.
This slidedeck highlights the findings of a survey of violations of the BMS Code by Japanese companies across Southeast Asia. The survey was conducted by the Southeast Asia office of Alive & Thrive in 2018.
Adopted in 2006, Decree 21 on the Trade and Use of Nutrition Products for Young Children aims to promote optimal breastfeeding practices by limiting how and where breastmilk substitutes and other nutrition products for young children can be promoted.