Breastfeeding at work

Breastfeeding at work.

May 24, 2018

Children who are breastfed have a much greater chance of surviving the early critical months of life. Their chance of survival is nearly 6 times the one of non-breastfed children. A child who is exclusively breastfed child is 14 times less likely to die in the first six months than a non-breastfed child, and breastfeeding helps to reduce death from lung infections and diarrhoea, two major child killers.Unicef has made this beautiful photo session about how women in the developing world can continue breastfeeding while working, doing the best for their babies. 

Breastfeeding



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