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Post: Don’t Push It: Strengthening the call for improved WHO Code compliance

Since 2015, ARCH has investigated how commercially produced foods for infants and young children are promoted in various countries and settings. Our research was sparked by a growing concern that optimal infant and child feeding practices – such as exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months – are increasingly undermined by the inappropriate and aggressive…

Post: Joint Statement on Maternal & Child Nutrition at the WHO Executive Board Meeting

The 142nd session of the World Health Organization’s Executive Board takes place this week (22-27 January 2018) in Geneva, Switzerland. The Executive Board provides direction and input on World Health Organization priorities related to a broad range of health concerns. At this week’s meeting, a biennial report on the Comprehensive Implementation Plan on Maternal, Infant…

Resource: Poster: Defining Snacks for Young Children in Nepal

This research poster was presented by Alissa Pries at the International Union of Nutrition Scientists 21st International Congress of Nutrition held in Buenos Aires, Argentina from 15-20 October 2017. Click the “View Resource” button below to download.  

Resource: Policy Brief: Review of the Codex Standard for Follow-Up Formula

CODEX ALIMENTARIUS MUST PUT SAVING CHILDREN’S LIVES FIRST Codex Alimentarius is a joint body of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) that develops harmonized international food standards, guidelines and codes of practice to protect the health of consumers and ensure fair practices in food trade. Codex plays a critical role…