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Working and Breastfeeding – Choosing a Child Care Provider

Going back to work and leaving your baby in someone else’s care can be one of the most difficult parts of returning to work. Choosing the right person and right setting takes care. You want to find a setting that will provide the kind of care and attention you would give. You want a setting that respects breastfeeding and your expressed breastmilk.  ... Read More

Working and Breastfeeding

You may choose to continue breastfeeding while working outside the home for many reasons - the best food for your baby, antibodies to protect your baby, great way to reconnect when you return from work, and continuing the special relationship of breastfeeding during your days at home.... Read More
oung girl looks at camera, smiling. Text - white on orange background "Optimal breastfeeding along with nurturing care decreases the inequities that can affect child growth and development and gives a child the best opportunity for a healthy life. "

2021 World Health Day: Improve global breastfeeding practices

With our partner World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action, we have developed the following joint statement in celebration of this year’s World Health Day on 7 April. 2021 World Health Day: Improve global breastfeeding practices for a fairer, healthier world The COVID-19 pandemic poses enormous challenges for the global community and has exposed many inequalities within and … Read More

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In Pursuit of Equitable Breastfeeding Support

Eva Williams, North Oxfordshire, Great Britain Republished with permission from La Leche League Great Britain. The original article can be found on their website: La Leche League Great Britain (LLLGB) is committed to becoming a fully inclusive organisation able to offer equitable breastfeeding support to families of all backgrounds and skin colours. In this … Read More

Breastfeeding throughout Generations

By Zion Tankard – Raleigh, North Carolina, USA When I experienced my first pregnancy in 2010 with twins, I was both scared and excited. I had planned to do everything naturally, and those plans did not play out as I had thought. If it had not been for a La Leche League (LLL) Leader at … Read More

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