- Recommend research-informed actions using findings from completed studies on promotion of foods consumed by young children in Indonesia
- Assess compositional labeling practices of commercially produced complementary foods, growing-up milks, and ready-to-drink flavored milks sold in Indonesia
- Assess breastmilk substitute consumption among young children in Indonesia
- Inform national policies and programs on how to best protect optimal infant and young child feeding practices
Legal Status of the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes:
Many provisions in law
Sources: National Population and Family Planning Board (BKKBN), Statistics Indonesia (BPS), Ministry of Health (Kemenkes), and ICF. 2018. Indonesia Demographic and Health Survey 2017. Jakarta, Indonesia: BKKBN, BPS, Kemenkes, and ICF.; UNICEF, World Health Organization, World Bank. UNICEF-WHO-World Bank: 2014 Joint Child Malnutrition Estimates: Levels and Trends (July 2015 update); Marketing of breast-milk substitutes: national implementation of the international code, status report 2018. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2018.