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Humanitarian Funding Guidelines for NGOs

Author: DFID
Year: 2007
Resource type: Field tool

The Department for International Development(DFID)UKs recently published Humanitarian Funding Guidelines include a commitment to the implementation of the International Code and the Operational Guidance.

Available at www.dfid.gov.uk/funding/11696-Humanitarian4th.pdf

Page 9 of guidelines state:

DFID will not fund the supply of breastmilk substitutes unless you can demonstrate adherence to the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes and subsequent resolutions, and accordance with the Operational Guidance on Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergencies. We discourage the use of baby bottles and teats in emergencies.

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