IBFAN (The International Baby Food Action Network) works to achieve universal implementation of the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and subsequent, relevant Resolutions of the World Health Assembly and to encourage all appropriate parties to abide by them.
If you ever have the chance to go to a NABA code training workshop, take it!
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Breastfeeding in the United States is becoming an endangered practice. Mothers meet numerous cultural, institutional, and commercial barriers to both initiation and continuation of optimal breastfeeding…
The continued marketing of formula, bottles, pacifiers, or complimentary foods for babies under six months of age is dangerous and unethical…