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Sep 19 2019

Maternity Entitlements in Nigeria: Policies and practices

Despite globally accepted knowledge on the benefits of breastfeeding and the contribution of maternity entitlements to increasing rates of exclusive breastfeeding, there has been little research on how maternity or paternity leave is practiced in Nigeria, the labour force’s level of compliance, or t

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Apr 30 2016

Advocacy for infant and young child feeding: Strategy updates in selected countries in the ASEAN region and beyond

Strategic and well-coordinated advocacy is essential to improve nutrition at scale. Recent efforts in countries throughout Southeast Asia have generated regional momentum and resulted in stronger nutrition policies and programs.

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Feb 08 2016

Formative research to support improved infant feeding in Burkina Faso: Findings and recommendations for action

This brief discusses the findings and recommendations from a study conducted to identify existing practices, barriers, and facilitating factors related to optimal infant and young child feeding in Burkina Faso.

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Feb 27 2015

Engaging the private sector to improve access to fortified complementary foods: Moving from the “if” to the “how”

Examines private sector engagement in improving access to fortified complementary foods for children 6‒24 months of age.

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Dec 17 2014

Engaging the private sector to reduce stunting in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, and Viet Nam

Summarizes Alive & Thrive’s experience in engaging the private sector to increase supply, demand, and use of fortified complementary foods and products.

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Nov 14 2014

Research report: Formative research on infant and young child feeding in Viet Nam, phase 1 and phase 2

Summarizes methods and findings of a qualitative study in 2009 to identify current feeding practices and barriers to and facilitators of optimal practices, as well as summarizes findings from trials of improved practices conducted in 2010 to test the acceptability and feasibility of recommended f

 
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