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World Health Organizations Code

APPNIA fully supports Government Regulation no. 33 year 2012 on Exclusive Breastfeeding and its implementing regulations. The government regulation aimed to ensure the rights of babies to receive exclusive breastfeeding since birth to 6 months old and to protect mothers in breastfeeding. [Read More]

 

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Local Regulations

APPNIA fully supports Government Regulation no. 33 year 2012 on Exclusive Breastfeeding and its implementing regulations. The government regulation aimed to ensure the rights of babies to receive exclusive breastfeeding since birth to 6 months old and to protect mothers in breastfeeding. [Read More]

 

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About Appnia

APPNIA consists of 10 companies that manufacture and/or import nutritional products for mothers and children in Indonesia : Abbott Products Indonesia …

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Supporting WHO Code

APPNIA supports the principles of the World Health Organization's International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes (WHO Code) as well as national regulations which aim at protecting and promoting breastfeeding.

Compliance with Regulations

APPNIA complies with the applicable regulations in Indonesia, particularly the Government Regulation (PP) Nr. 33 of 2012 regarding Exclusive Breastfeeding; Minister of Health Regulation Nr. 39 of 2013 regarding Infant Formula Milk and Other Baby Products; and Minister of Health Regulation Nr. 58 of 2016 regarding Sponsorship for Health Workers, which serve as the implementing regulations of the WHO Code in Indonesia.

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Education on Healthy Nutrition

The choice of food and nutrition for infants and children is a complex challenge and has a variety of factors to take into account, including socio-economic, environmental and cultural aspects. Sustainable education is needed to ensure adequate knowledge on appropriate and sufficient nutrition.

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