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Women starting to breastfeed due to emergency

Experiences from Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita that women breastfed (and continued to do so afterwards) following the emergency ...

IYCF - Complementary feeding leaflets

Not for emergencies but could be adapted or given out in emergencies in North America, western Europe areas, depending on situation Th...

Impact of breastfeeding in emergency situations - Emergency relief workers

Letter to emergency relief workers: Impact of breastfeeding in emergency situations.

During disasters, breastfeeding's advantages shine, News article

By Heather K. Brosi, Special to the St Petersburgh Times In print: Monday, June 16, 2008 Available from: www.tampabay.com/news/health...

Breastfeeding support helps families cope with Hurricane Gustav

www.ilca.org/pressroom/ILCA%20Press%20Release%209-2-08%20Gustav.pdf BREASTFEEDING SUPPORT HELPS FAMILIES COPE WITH GUSTAV As Hurrican...

UNC endorses IFE material

Center Endorses Infant Feeding in Emergencies Materials (Operational Guidance on IFE) on World Health Day 2007. The Center for Infant ...

National Working Group for Women and Infant Needs in Emergencies in the United States

www.whiteribbonalliance.org/Resources/Documents/WISP.Final.07.27.07.pdf Executive summary of report: The mass chaos that followed Hurri...

Infant Nutrition During a Disaster Breastfeeding and Other Options

By the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Please note that this guide advises breastfeeding for 4-6 months, whereas now the WHO gui...

Health Concerns of Women and Infants in Times of Natural Disasters: Lessons Learned from Hurricane Katrina

Health Concerns of Women and Infants in Times of Natural Disasters: Lessons Learned from Hurricane Katrina. Callaghan WM, Rasmussen SA,...

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