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International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes - Code Watch, 25 years

Author: WABA, 2006
Resource type: Official

This leaflet, prepared by WABA for World Breastfeeding Week 2006, is a concise summary of the code that can be used to summarise it's meaning and importance. It can be downloaded below or by following this link: worldbreastfeedingweek.net/wbw2006/pdf/WBW06_ActionFolder.pdf

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