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Breastfeeding Protect Children in Emergency: Joint Statement by Bangladesh Breastfeeding Foundation, WHO and UNICEF

Author: Bangladesh Breastfeeding Foundation, UNICEF & WHO
Year: 2007
Resource type: Official

Joint statement put out after the Cyclone, it is interesting that the joint statement agreed in August 2007. Another joint statement by BBF and Save the Children Fund was circulated after this one - also available in this library.

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Bangladesh Breastfeeding Foundation, UNICEF & WHO (2007). Breastfeeding Protect Children in Emergency: Joint Statement by Bangladesh Breastfeeding Foundation, WHO and UNICEF. www.ennonline.net/bfprotective

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