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Qxd 8 15/07/2009 12:16 Page 8 Infant and Young Child Feeding Between 1982 and 2000 the World Health Assembly adopted more than a dozen resolutions on infant and young child nutrition, appropriate feeding practices and related questions, and still others that drew attention to key policy instruments and initiatives. These included: • • • • Requesting WHO’s Director-General to direct the attention of governments and other parties to two key observations regarding complementary feeding: that ‘any food or drink given before complementary feeding is nutritionally required may interfere with the initiation or maintenance of breastfeeding and therefore should neither be promoted nor encouraged for use by infants during this period’, and that ‘the practice being introduced in some countries of providing infants with specially formulated milks (so called “follow-up milks”) is not necessary’ (WHO 1986b) Encouraging ratification and implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (UN 1989) as a vehicle for family health development (WHO 1992a) Welcoming the Innocenti Declaration on the Protection, Promotion and Support of Breastfeeding (WHO 1991b) Endorsing the World Declaration and Plan of Action for Nutrition adopted by the International Conference on Nutrition (WHO 1993), which had been organised jointly by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and WHO.
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