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World Breastfeeding Week 2018: Eye-Opening Statistics on the Global Impact of Breastfeeding

July 30, 2018

World Breastfeeding Week 2018: Eye-Opening Statistics on the Global Impact of Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is a universal solution that levels the playing field, giving everyone a fair start in life. It improves the health, wellbeing and survival of women and children around the world. This World Breastfeeding Week Milkful wants to join hands to protect, promote and support breastfeeding as the Foundation of Life!

What is World Breastfeeding Week?

World Breastfeeding Week is August 1-7, 2018 and is organized by the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA). WABA is a global network of individuals and organizations concerned with the protection, promotion and support of breastfeeding worldwide. WABA is in consultative status with UNICEF and an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC).

How Does Breastfeeding Affect Malnutrition?

How does breastfeeding affect malnutrition?

Why is breastmilk crucial in a time of crisis? How can it provide food security?

How can breastfeeding help break the cycle of poverty?

Additional Materials and Information

World Breastfeeding Week provides invaluable resources explaining how breastmilk makes a global impact on health, poverty and nutrition. This resources gives a strong overview on the importance of breastfeeding

 

Get involved!

Normalizing and advocating breastfeeding can be as simple as sharing a post about your breastfeeding journey. Share a photo with your little one (breastfeeding or not!) and inform other people about the importance of breastfeeding. Use these hashtags to join in on this global conversation!

#WBW2018 #WABA #FoundationOfLife #breastfeeding #SDGs #worldbreastfeedingweek2018

 

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Stephanie Cole
Stephanie Cole

August 24, 2018

Nice article! All mothers should now the importance and the great impact of breastfeeding to our babies :)

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