International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN)
Réseau international des groupes d'action pour l'alimentation infantile
Red Internacional de Grupos pro Alimentación Infantil
Oct 1979, by international organizations, including U-XD5480 - International Coalition for Development Action (ICDA), following a WHO/UNICEF meeting on infant and young child feeding.
Promote and protect breastfeeding worldwide; challenge activities of the baby food industry which violate international recommendations and do not respect children's and women's rights; work toward full implementation of WHO/UNICEF International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes and subsequent relevant World Health Assembly resolutions.
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Network of 8 Regional Coordinating Offices (ROCs), each with regional Board or Advisory Committees: Africa; Francophone Africa; Arab World; Asia; Europe; Latin America and Caribbean; North America; Oceania. Global Program Offices (4): Penang - K-XK0699 - International Code Documentation Centre (ICDC); G-XG4792 - Geneva Infant Feeding Association (GIFA) (Liaison); Codex Alimentarius Global Programme; Baby Milk Action.
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