A Comparative Analysis of Breastfeeding Policies in Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates, and the Philippines Public
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To combat malnutrition in children, Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates, and the Philippines have passed legislation on breastfeeding requirements. The laws in each of these three countries are framed differently. This paper analyzes each law with the goal of determining why the law is or is not successful. This analysis reviews policy implementation and enforcement, as well as the role of women’s rights in the framing of the law.
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