Consideration 30 - UN Approval and Denial in One Paragraph
“Home-made formulas made from canned, evaporated, whole milk (cow or goat) are not recommended as a breastmilk substitute. They are nutritionally incomplete (Briend, 2006; WHO, 2009). These formulas should only be considered for emergency, short-term use. They must be prepared safely, following directions from WHO’s Guidelines for Use of Breast-milk Substitutes in Emergency Situations (WHO, 2005).
This temporary breastmilk substitute is made by adding water and sugar to goat milk.
Here we have an endorsement and a denial in the same paragraph.