Journal article, Policy advocacy

Sep 13 2021

Implementation of two policies to extend maternity leave and further restrict marketing of breast milk substitutes in Vietnam: a qualitative study (Payan D., 2021. Health Policy and Planning)

This study demonstrates that implementing two breastfeeding promotion policies in Viet Nam – an extended maternity leave policy and further restrictions on marketing of breastmilk substitutes – resulted in positive outcomes, facilitated by several factors.

Announcement

Jun 01 2021

Special BMS Code resources collection

Alive & Thrive has launched a special collection of resources on the BMS Code, featuring resources from various organizations around the world.

Guide, Mass communication

Jun 01 2021

Stronger With Breastmilk Only Resources Catalog

This collection of resources and tools, developed by Alive & Thrive, UNICEF and WHO, supports national governments and their partners in adapting the "Stronger With Breastmilk Only" initiative to their national contexts.

Brief

May 25 2021

WHO/UNICEF Note on Cross Promotion

The International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes prohibits the promotion of breast-milk substitutes to the general public.

Report

May 25 2021

Milking It: Portfolio of resources from Changing Markets

These three reports, part of Changing Markets' Access to Nutrition Campaign, look at the lack of scientific support for infant milks.

 
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