The agency has called on nursing mothers to exclusively breastfeed their babies. It also called for better breastfeeding-friendly policies in the workplace to ensure that working mothers exclusively breastfeed their babies
The UN agency urged mothers to breastfeed their babies, as this will improve their health, while ensuring that their babies grow healthy and strong. It also called on governments and employers to create conducive spaces where mothers can easily breastfeed their babies.
World Breastfeeding Week 2023 (WBW) emerges as a momentous global event, resonating with a profound mission – to empower working parents and transform societal norms around breastfeeding.
They called for comprehensive national policies and programs that regulate and promote public and private sector support to breastfeeding women in workplaces.
UNICEF launches the Zero Water Campaign, urging exclusive breastfeeding for at least six months. Low adherence contributes to 800,000 child deaths annually.
Recent research published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health shows that annually, 14 billion liters of breast milk that…
Citing that the first 1,000 days of a child’s life, a critical stage, determine their cognitive and physical growth as well as their survival.