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ARCH is working to strengthen policies that promote optimal infant and young child nutrition. Helen Keller International’s Assessment & Research on Child Feeding (ARCH) Project explores marketing of commercial foods and diets of young children in rapidly evolving food environments. Our research has contributed to global discussions on implementation of the World Health Organization’s International…

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Please use the form below to contact the ARCH team. We look forward to hearing from you. Name*Email* Organization (Optional)Message* Offices Helen Keller International-Regional Office for Asia House #42, St. 322, Sangkat Boeung Keng Kang1 Khan Chamkar Mon P.O. Box 168 Phnom Penh CAMBODIA Helen Keller International Jl. Taman Margasatwa No. 26B Ragunan Jakarta Selatan…

Resource: Monitoring of Television Advertising of Breastmilk Substitutes, Commercially Produced Complementary Foods and Other Milks In Dakar, Senegal

This report describes findings from monitoring of television commercials for specific foods and beverages consumed by infants and young children in Dakar Department, Senegal. ARCH collaborated with the marketing and advertising agency, Media Time, to conduct the monitoring for three months in 2015. Suggested citation: Gueye N.Y.S., Diop E.I., & Thiaw C. (2016) Monitoring of…

Resource: Summary brief: Promotion of Infant and Young Child Feeding Products in Retail Settings in Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal and Tanzania (2013)

This brief summarizes an ARCH study that gathered data on promotion techniques used in retail settings for food products marketed for children under 24 months of age and assessed the prevalence of these promotions. Suggested citation: Helen Keller International. (2015) Summary brief: Promotion of Infant and Young Child Feeding Products in Retail Settings in Cambodia,…

Resource: Research Finds Consumption and Promotion of Commercially-Produced Complementary Foods Less Pervasive in Urban Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal, and Tanzania Than Commercially-Produced Snack Foods

This brief provides findings from ARCH’s research that assessed consumption of commercially-produced food products among infants and young children and their mothers’ exposure to promotions for these products in the most populous cities of Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal, and Tanzania (Phnom Penh, Kathmandu Valley, Dakar Department, and Dar es Salaam). Suggested citation: Helen Keller International. (2015)…

Resource: ARCH Research Summaries 2015

This brief presents abstracts of articles on ARCH research findings. The articles were published in a March 2016 supplement in the journal Maternal & Child Nutrition. Suggested citation: Helen Keller International. (2015) Assessment And Research On Child Feeding Project: Summaries of Research Findings, 2012-2015. (Abstracts from forthcoming supplement to be published in Maternal & Child…

Resource: Assessment of the Labels of Commercially-Produced Complementary Foods Sold in Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal and Tanzania

This report describes findings from ARCH’s cross-sectional study that assessed the labels of commercially produced complementary foods sold in the most populous metropolitan areas of Cambodia (Phnom Penh), Nepal (Kathmandu Valley), Senegal (Dakar), and Tanzania (Dar es Salaam) to assess their support of optimal infant and young child feeding practices as recommended by current best…

Resource: Evaluation des pratiques d’étiquetage sur des échantillons de Substituts du Lait Maternel Département de Dakar, Sénégal

This report describes ARCH’s findings on labeling practices of breastmilk substitutes available for sale in Dakar, Senegal. The report is written in French. Suggested citation: Helen Keller International. (2015) Evaluation des pratiques d’étiquetage sur des échantillons de Substituts du Lait Maternel Département de Dakar, Sénégal. Helen Keller International, Dakar, Senegal.