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Issue 106 | 1 August 2022
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World Breastfeeding Week
Stepping up for Breastfeeding in
a World Facing a Food and Nutrition Crisis

Breastfeeding remains the ultimate lifesaving nutrition intervention for our youngest infants and children, offering a safe, nutritious, and accessible food source and a protective shield against disease and death. Over the last four decades, the world has achieved a 50 percent increase in the prevalence of exclusive breastfeeding. But in a world facing numerous crises driven by conflict, climate change and the COVID19 pandemic, the lives of millions of children are at risk. Now more than ever, we need to accelerate our collective efforts to protect, promote and support breastfeeding.
 
This year’s World Breastfeeding Week, with the theme Step up for breastfeeding: Educate and support, puts the focus on strengthening the capacity of all actors to support mothers and babies across a continuum of care during the first 1000 days.
 
To celebrate World Breastfeeding Week, we are excited to share the products and activities supported by UNICEF, WHO and the Global Breastfeeding Collective partners:


As we continue to roll out the UNICEF Nutrition Strategy 2020-2030, we invite you all to celebrate World Breastfeeding Week and make the best use of these materials and events to protect, promote and support breastfeeding

Read and share with your colleagues and counterparts!


If you want to access previous issues of UNICEF WINS, click here.
Víctor Aguayo
Director, Nutrition 
and Child Development
UNICEF, New York 
Francesco Branca
Director, Department of
Nutrition and Food Safety
WHO, Geneva

 

Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes: National Implementation of the International Code.
Status Report 2022

 

This report provides updated information on the status of national implementation of the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes and subsequent relevant World Health Assembly resolutions.
You See, They See: Formula milk marketing and infant feeding

Nutrition, for Every Child: UNICEF Nutrition Strategy 2020-2030


Guided by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Strategy sets forth UNICEF’s goal for the next decade: to protect and promote diets, services, and practices that support optimal nutrition for all children, everywhere.
UNICEF: Working to Improve Nutrition at Scale aims to share UNICEF’s work to implement the ten-year vision set forth in the UNICEF Nutrition Strategy 2020-2030. To be included in our distribution list click here.
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