Cup Feeding

Cup Feeding

Categories: News From LLLI

We are delighted to co-publish this new poster about cup feeding.
The poster is intended to help healthcare professionals and organizations working in emergencies and families themselves.
It is also intended to be a useful resource for anyone who needs to feed their own expressed milk or a supplement to a baby.

The poster can be downloaded and printed for use in your communities, or shared on social media.

We are in the process of translating the poster into multiple languages.

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 A BABY NOT FED AT THE BREAST CAN BE FED WITHOUT A BOTTLE

Cup feeding can be used from birth. It is suitable for both expressed breastmilk and infant formula. You can use any clean, open cup with a smooth surface.

Cup feeding has no notable difference to bottles for average time per feed.

Cups are safer than bottles. Bottle teats and screw tops trap germs that can get into the milk and make babies ill. Cups are easily cleaned with washing in hot soapy water, and do not need sterilizing like bottles.

In emergencies, use disposable cups.

Feeding time is bonding time – lots of cuddles, eye-contact, talking, smiling, humming and singing.

CUP FEEDING IS AS EASY AS 1-2-3!

color posters to download

English pdf
Spanish pdf
German pdf
Greek pdf
Lithuanian pdf
Turkish pdf

Black and White posters to download

English pdf
Spanish pdf 
German pdf
Greek pdf http://www.lllgreece.org/enemerotiko-yliko
Lithuanian pdf
Turkish pdf

COLOR POSTERS FOR USE ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Right click on a desktop, or hold and tap on a mobile device to bring up your options to copy or save the image.

BLACK AND WHITE POSTERS FOR USE ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Right click on a desktop, or hold and tap on a mobile device to bring up your options to copy or save the image.

Adapted from The World Health Organization – Infant Feeding in Emergencies: A Guide for Mothers and UNICEF/WHO 20-hour Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative Course by Magdalena Whoolery (PhD Health Studies, BSc Nursing, Dip HE Nursing) and Julie Fogarty (BFA, GradDipTchg), January 2020 (updated April 2020).

Poster endorsed by the following: International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN, defending breastfeeding), Safely Fed Canada, Breastfeeding Advocacy Australia, La Leche League International (LLLI).