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Western Pacific New Caledonia (France) Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
Language:English
Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/newcaledon...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific Tuvalu Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
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Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/tuvalu/new...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific Kiribati Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
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Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/kiribati/n...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific French Polynesia (France) Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
Language:English
Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/frenchpoly...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific Solomon Islands Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
Language:English
Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/solomonisl...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific Nauru Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
Language:English
Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/nauru/news...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific Pitcairn Islands (UK) Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
Language:English
Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/pitcairnis...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific Micronesia, Federated States of Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
Language:English
Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/micronesia...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific Tokelau Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
Language:English
Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/tokelau/ne...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific American Samoa (USA) Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
Language:English
Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/americansa...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
Data Source: un