World Breastfeeding Week 2021: Protect Breastfeeding

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This year the theme for World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) is Protect Breastfeeding: A Shared Responsibility​.

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Protect Breastfeeding:A Shared Responsibility​

Our partners, the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) coordinate and organize World Breastfeeding Week between the 1st and 7th August. 
Find more information here.

Historically, World Breastfeeding Week honors the August 1990 signing of the Innocenti Declaration by government policymakers, the World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF and other organizations. That document helped pave the way for protecting, promoting and supporting breastfeeding worldwide. But there is still much work to be done!

Pledge to participate in the #WBW2021 celebrations by sending WABA details of your activities and they will pin your information to their Pledge Map. Use this link: http://worldbreastfeedingweek.org/pledge-form/.

GLOBAL BREASTFEEDING ADVOCACY

La Leche League is a part of the protective shell of global breastfeeding advocacy. Read more in our recent Breastfeeding Today article – https://www.llli.org/the-shell-that-protects-us/.

 

LLLI RESOURCES FOR WBW

Join us as we celebrate #WBW2021!
We will publish a variety of social media posts, in multiple languages, throughout the week.
Follow us on our social media platforms to catch them all:
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram

COLLABORATIVE EVENTS – GET INVOLVED!
PROTECT BREASTFEEDING: A SHARED RESPONSIBILITY​

You can print to paper or to a PDF file.

For best printing results, open the llli.org site in Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Although you can view the site well in any browser, printing from other browsers might not operate correctly.

1. Browse to the web document that you want to print.

2. Click the Print button that is displayed on the web page (not the Print command on the browser menu or toolbar).
This opens the browser print window. The window displays a preview of the document that will be printed. The preview might take a minute to display, depending on the document size.

3. In the Printer box, select the desired printer.
For example, if you are working on a Windows computer, and you want to print to a PDF file, select Save as PDF.

4. As required, configure the other options such as the pages to print.

5. Click the Print button.
If you are generating a PDF, click Save. You are prompted for the name and folder location to save the file.

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