Keywords: control of endemic diseases, locally endemic diseases
Worldwide, countries are facing various general public health issues but at unequal level. Low and middle-income countries are definitely more experiencing high burden of disease than developed countries (Lopez et al. , 2006).
Public health issues in the world have been around for hundreds of years and to manage them different interventions from differing people have been put in place and also have been improved as time passes depending after new health-related discoveries.
The main aim of the assessment is much centered on the critiques and the strategies of the Nestle marketing practices in Africa in the past. The marketing strategies pursued by Nestle in markets in the developing Global Market are also analysed. The discussion to the ethical concerns raised by these Marketing strategies. The Incorporative Study of the international ban and the data on compliance predicated on Nestle is been performed on a wide range of research with the influence of the reports available from various sources. The analysis of Consumer boycott towards Nestle products and its impact within the last with relevance to the Africa incident. The study will also greatly focus towards Nestle boycott- Nestle practices in the free samples to hospitals and kids in poor countries like Africa, we will also emphasize and analyse their critiques due to these practices.