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The Baby-Friendly Initiative (BFI) is a global network launched by WHO and UNICEF to give every baby the normal start in life by creating an environment where breastfeeding is the norm.
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We host and are a source of information about workshops and education events in Alberta, Canada and around the world related to breastfeeding and infant health.
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What are the violators are doing in OUR Backyard?! The International Code of Marketing of Breast Milk Substitutes aims to protect infant health in all countries by preventing inappropriate marketing of infant formulas and related products.
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Find here a selection of resources to help you help mothers, babies and families breastfeed successfully.
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Breastfeeding is important to everyone.  Find here resources useful to those outside the health care arena whose work or clientele include breast- feeding families.
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Looking for information around breastfeeding? Here is the access to resources for support and education.
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All partners in health promotion are urged to develop policies that promote, support and protect breastfeeding for all mothers, babies and families.
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Financial support and in-kind donations of time and expertise will assist Alberta Breastfeeding Committee to sustain its efforts and achieve its goals.
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