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World Breastfeeding Week

1 to 7 August

The World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) is the greatest outreach vehicle for the breastfeeding movement, being celebrated in over 170 countries. Officially it is celebrated from 1–7 August. However, groups may choose other dates to make it a more successful event in their countries.

For more information on the theme, exciting activities & materials for download, please visit the World Breastfeeding Week website.

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WABA is a global network of organizations and individuals who believe breastfeeding is the right of all children and mothers and who dedicate themselves to protect, promote and support this right. WABA acts on the Innocenti Declaration and works in liaison with UNICEF.

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Every day, tens of thousands of children, women and men die needlessly for want of simple, low-cost interventions – interventions that are often already locally available. A major contributing factor is that the mother, family caregiver or health worker does not have access to the information and knowledge they need, when they need it, to make appropriate decisions and save lives.

HIFA is a campaign and knowledge network with more than 15,000 members in 175 countries worldwide and supported by more than 260 organisations worldwide. Members include health workers, publishers, librarians, information technologists, researchers, social scientists, journalists, policy-makers and others – all working together towards the HIFA goal.

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