Outil d'autoévaluation pour des interventions respectueuses du Cod. Les pratiques d’interventions peuvent répondre aux besoins de toutes les familles, tout en évitant de participer à la banalisation des PCN et autres produits connexes.
Self-Assessment Tool to Ensure Education and Talks to Families Comply with the Code. Education can meet the needs of all families while avoiding contributing to the idea that bottles, commercial infant formula, and related products are normal or…
Why breastmilk substitute companies seek
partnerships with organisations that support pregnant
women, infants and young children, and a review of
how Danone Nutricia breastmilk substitute marketing
has been evaluated globally.
On the 40th anniversary of the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes, UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO) call on governments, health workers, and the baby food industry to fully implement and abide by the Code…
World Health Organisation (WHO)/Organisation mondiale de la Santé (OMS), UNICEF
As a community organization, empowering families and helping them thrive are at the heart of your work. Providing a breastfeeding-friendly environment helps families meet their needs and goals. A breastfeeding-friendly environment has benefits for…