Journal article

Mar 28 2021

Trends and dynamics in the first four years of operation of the first human milk bank in Vietnam (Tran, H.T., 2021. Nutrients)

This examination of the Viet Nam’s first Human Milk Bank (HMB)’s first four years analyzes characteristics in the HMB donors, donation, pasteurization, and recipients, demonstrating efficiency and operational improvements in donor recruitment, milk quality, and patients served.

Journal article, Research

Mar 13 2021

Factors Associated with the Use of Pasteurized Donor Milk for Healthy Newborns: Experience from the First Human Milk Bank in Vietnam (Hoang TT., 2021. Nutrients)

This study investigates the prolonged use of privately purchased pasteurized donor milk (PDM) in healthy newborns, which can undermine breastfeeding promotion efforts and waste resources of PDM for more vulnerable newborns.

Journal article

Mar 08 2021

The yearly financing need of providing paid maternity leave in the informal sector in Indonesia (Siregar, A., 2021. International Breastfeeding Journal)

Study results reveal that yearly financing needs to provide maternity cash transfers (MCT) for women of reproductive age (WRA) in the informal sector would not exceed .5% of Indonesian GDP and could provide significant public health savings and partially alleviate the economic cost of not breastf

Journal article

Feb 16 2021

Factor Structure and Equivalence of Maternal Resources for Care in Bangladesh, Vietnam, and Ethiopia (Basnet, S., 2020. Maternal & Child Nutrition)

Maternal resources for care in Bangladesh, Viet Nam, and Ethiopia were revealed to be  structurally similar and measurement equivalent.

Brief

Feb 11 2021

Nutrition Interventions in Antenatal Care and Immediate Postnatal Care: Findings from a baseline survey in Ethiopia

This brief presents findings from a baseline survey on maternal nutrition in Ethiopia.

Booklet

Feb 10 2021

How India's medical colleges are catalysing change for maternal, infant, and young child nutrition: Case studies

In India, medical colleges are strategically placed in the health care delivery system, making them an excellent platform to apply the latest scientific evidence to improve the quality of care.

 
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