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'Breastfeeding Best for Bangladesh'
by Naimul Haq
Inter Press Service Translate This Article
30 October 2012
On 30 October 2012 Inter Press Service reported:
Bangladesh's achievement in raising exclusive breastfeeding rates for infants under six months from 43 per cent to 64 per cent, over the last five years, is said to be the result of a determined campaign by government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). In 2010, Bangladesh enforced a directive for extending maternal leave to six months from the previous four for working women to allow them to exclusively breastfeed their newborn.
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