Brief

Dec 15 2022

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Workplace Breastfeeding and Lactation Support Program in Nigeria

This toolkit was developed based on lessons learned from a pilot workplace breastfeeding/lactation support program with the Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA) Network of Entrepreneurial Women (NNEW) and other

Report

Feb 18 2022

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Factors influencing the practice of exclusive breastfeeding and other infant feeding practices in the first six months of life in West and Central Africa

This comprehensive review of the literature written by Alive & Thrive and UNICEF provides nutrition stakeholders findings from research on the social and behavioral determinants of exclusive breastfeeding and other infant feeding practices during the first six months of life in West and Centr

Brief

Jan 21 2022

Making the Case for the Breastfeeding Model Hospitals in Lao PDR

Breastfeeding in Lao PDR is widely socially accepted and strongly supported by government policy. While most infants are breastfed, the practice is often sub-optimal: slow initiation, pre-lacteal feeding, and mixed feeding are common.

Brief, Policy advocacy

Dec 14 2021

Viet Nam Program Brief

Building on the proven approach demonstrated in Viet Nam, A&T has established a strong network of committed champions and partners to replicate improvements in maternal, infant and young child nutrition (MIYCN) policies and programs throughout Southeast Asia.

Brief

Oct 26 2021

Establishing Centers of Best Practices for Breastfeeding in Cambodia

In collaboration with partners, Alive & Thrive (A&T) is working to strengthen the capacity of health systems in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Viet Nam to deliver high-quality breastfeeding-friendly services to mothers and infants.

Brief

Sep 30 2021

Progress towards Centers of Excellence for Breastfeeding in Myanmar

As a result of the illegal coup d’état by the Myanmar military on February 1st, 2021, the country is now facing a humanitarian crisis, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and characterized by significantly increased food and fuel prices, drastically reduced access to basic health services, a nat

 
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