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In Papua New Guinea the bottle-feeding of babies has been increasing, predominantly among unemployed women of low educational status. Many women are unaware of their legal right to have breaks at work for the purpose of breastfeeding, and a high proportion of workplaces have no facilities for mothers who wish to breastfeed their children. The laws on the(More)
BACKGROUND In the Asia-Pacific region, limited systematic assessment has been conducted on HIV service delivery models. Applying an analytical framework of the continuum of prevention and care, this study aimed to assess HIV service deliveries in six Asia and Pacific countries from the perspective of service availability, linking approaches and performance(More)
Concern about a possibly increasing prevalence of bottle-feeding led in 1995 to an Infant Feeding Survey of 1822 mothers attending urban health facilities. Infant feeding practices including feeding of colostrum, exclusive breastfeeding, weaning practices and bottle-feeding were assessed. This revealed that 28.8% of mothers had not given colostrum to their(More)
  • P Boas
  • 1983
This is an article that asks two questions. Do you presently, get what you want with the people who work for you and with you? Are you able to easily understand what they are asking or telling you and do you easily find ways to communicate your intentions and requirements to them? If you answered no to any of the three parts of these two questions then this(More)
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