The WBW, inaugurated in 1991 by the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA), has paved the way for hundreds of countries to join together and protect, promote and support breastfeeding in their communities.
What does WABA stand for?
WABA stands for World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action
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We have 51 other meanings of WABA in our Acronym Attic
- West Auckland Basketball Association (New Zealand)
- Western Australian Bar Association
- Western Australian Boardgaming Association
- Wet Annular Burnable Absorber (power distribution)
- Wheatland Area Business Association (New York state)
- Wichita Area Builders Association (Kansas)
- Willamette Alpaca Breeders Association (Oregon)
- Within- and Between-Entity Analysis
- Women's American Basketball Association
- Working American Bulldog Association
- Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Association
- Wavelength Acceleration Bidirectional Asynchronous Controller
- Well Abandonment Report (oil industry)
- Working Area Breathing Air System (firefighting equipment)
- Wisconsin Association of Blood Banks, Inc. (Madison, WI)
- Western Australia Bed and Breakfast Association
- World Amateur Body Building Association (est. 1976)
- Westamerica Bancorporation (NASDAQ symbol)
- Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church
- Women's Anarchist Black Cross
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The competition was held by the Kyrgyz Ministry of Public Health together with UNICEF Office in Kyrgyzstan as part of the global campaign carried out by UNICEF and the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action.
The World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) joined with La Leche League International (LLLI) in a reminder that support and protection of breastfeeding is an investment in maternal and child health.
The World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) has announced this year's World Breastfeeding Week will take place August 1-7, 2007.
Penny Van Esterik's book, Risks, Rights and Regulation: Communicating about Risks and Infant Feeding (2002) is available from the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (e- mail: secre@waba.