Search Results for

91-100 of 130

Page: Nepal

Using ARCH research to advocate for improved programs for infant and young child nutrition Activities Develop and test monitoring mechanisms to assist the Nepal Government in enforcing the national law prohibiting promotion of breastmilk substitutes Translate findings from ARCH research into strategies to increase delivery facility capacity for supporting early breastfeeding Conduct further research on…

ARCH Cambodia

Page: Where We Work

We have worked at the global level and in five countries to conduct and communicate research on the availability, promotion, and consumption of foods consumed by infants and young children. Learn more about our activities in the following countries: CambodiaIndonesiaNepalSenegalTanzania

Page: Resources

We are proud to share our research articles, briefs, and reports with colleagues working in nutrition and global health. View ARCH resources below. Featured Resource Research ArticlesMaternal & Child Nutrition Supplement: Availability, Promotion and Consumption of Commercial Infant FoodsCountries: Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal, TanzaniaTopics: Breastfeeding, Complementary Feeding, Snack Foods Countries: Cambodia(30)Indonesia(10)Nepal(31)Senegal(26)Tanzania(19) Topics: Breastfeeding(40)Complementary Feeding(39)Snack Foods(33) Types:…

Post: Protect Breastfeeding, the Ultimate Personalized Medicine

This Devex Guest Column argues that breastfeeding plays a significant role in improving nutrition, intelligence, educational attainment, and maternal and child health and survival. And raising awareness—and breastfeeding rates—among mothers will require changes in how milk substitutes are marketed across the globe.

Resource: Point-of-sale promotion of breastmilk substitutes and commercially produced complementary foods in Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal and Tanzania

This article was published in the Maternal & Child Nutrition Supplement: Availability, Promotion and Consumption of Commercial Infant Foods. Abstract: In order to assess the prevalence of point-of-sale promotions of infant and young child feeding products in Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Kathmandu Valley, Nepal; Dakar Department, Senegal; and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, approximately 30 retail stores…

Resource: Assessment of corporate compliance with guidance and regulations on labels of commercially produced complementary foods sold in Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal and Tanzania

This article was published in the Maternal & Child Nutrition Supplement: Availability, Promotion and Consumption of Commercial Infant Foods. Abstract: National legislation and global guidance address labelling of complementary foods to ensure that labels support optimal infant and young child feeding practices. This cross-sectional study assessed the labels of commercially produced complementary foods (CPCF) sold…

Resource: Cross-sectional survey shows that follow-up formula and growing-up milks are labelled similarly to infant formula in four low and middle income countries

This article was published in the Maternal & Child Nutrition Supplement: Availability, Promotion and Consumption of Commercial Infant Foods. Abstract: This cross-sectional survey assessed the characteristics of labels of follow-up formula (FUF) and growing-up milk (GUM) compared with infant formula (IF), including cross-promotion practices between FUF/GUM and IF manufactured by the same company, sold in…

Resource: Infant and young child feeding practices among children under 2 years of age and maternal exposure to infant and young child feeding messages and promotions in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

This article was published in the Maternal & Child Nutrition Supplement: Availability, Promotion and Consumption of Commercial Infant Foods. Abstract: There are limited data describing infant and young child feeding practices (IYCF) in urban Tanzania. This study assessed the types of foods consumed by children under 2 years of age and maternal exposure to promotions…