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From: Analysis of stakeholder networks for breastfeeding policies and programs in Ghana

Fig. 3

Map of Ghana’s breastfeeding stakeholders sized by weighted average reported influence, color coded by actor groups, and stratified by link time. A. Command links: 12 actors, 14 unique links; b. Dissemination links: 34 actors; 85 unique links; c. Funding links: 29 actors; 49 unique links; d. Technical Assistance links: 41 actors, 85 unique links; e. Advocacy links: 19 actors; 28 unique links. Pink = Government; Yellow = NGO; Blue = UN Agencies; Green = Academia; Purple = Media; Orange = Other Abbreviations: Academia (ACAD); Attorney General (AG); Association of Ghana Industries (AGI); Baby Food Manufacturers/Importers/Retailers (BFMIR); Baby-friendly Hospital Initiative Authority (BFHIA); CARE International Catholic Relief Services (CRS); Cabinet (CBT); Central Government (C_GOVT); Christian Health Association of Ghana (CHAG); Community Leaders (CL); Catholic Relief Services (CRS); Customs (CUS); Development Partners (DP); First Lady (FL); Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO); Food and Drug Administration (FDA); Ghana Community Radio Network (GCRN); Ghana Employment Association (GEA); Ghana Health Service (GHS); Ghana Infant Nutrition Action Network (GINAN); Ghana Red Cross Society (GRCS); Ghana Statistical Service (GSS); Hospitals (HOSP); Implementing partners (IP) International Labour Organisation (ILO); John Hopkins Program for International Education in Gynecology and Obstetrics (JHPIEGO); Media (MD); Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations (MELR); Ministry of Education/Ghana Education Service (MOE/GES); Ministry of Finance (MOF); Ministry of Gender and Social Protection (MOG); Ministry of Health (MOH); Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN); Non-governmental Organization/Civil Society Organization (NGO/CSO); Nurses and Midwifery Council (NMC); Nurses and Midwives Groups (NMG); Organized Labour (OL); Parliament (PLT); Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH); Public Opinion (PO); Regulatory Bodies (RLB); Service providers (SP); United State Agency for International Development (USAID); Women in Agricultural Development/Ministry of Food and Agriculture (WIAD/MOFA); Women’s Groups (WG); World Health Organization (WHO); World Vision (WV); United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)

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