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DATE: 12TH DECEMBER 2016                             
SUB THEME: INVESTING IN OPTIMAL MIYCN TO IMPACT THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE


Session

Presentation

Presenter

Organization/
            COUNTRY

CHAIRS: DR. YOGAN PILLAY (DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, SOUTH AFRICA AND DR. ARUN GUPTA (IBFAN ASIA)  [OR TAMBO CONFERENCE ROOM]

OBJECTIVE: TO SHARE GLOBAL POLICY ACTIONS GEARED TOWARDS ENHANCING INVESTMENT IN OPTIMAL MIYCN

Mimes/silent theater

 

Breastfeeding & Relationships

Nia Umar
Deputy Chairwoman

Indonesian Breastfeeding Mothers Association INDONESIA

Keynote Address 1

 

Global action towards nutrition improvement: Progress, challenges and recommendations

Roger Mathisen

FHI 360 / Alive & Thrive Southeast Asia, VIETNAM

Plenary 1

 

Implementation of the United Nations Decade for Action in Nutrition

Laurence Grummer-Strawn

WHO Geneva, SWITZERLAND

Plenary 2

 

Breastfeeding Advocacy Initiative: Progress update

France Begin

UNICEF HEADQUARTERS

Plenary 3

 

Investment Framework to Meet the Global Nutrition Targets

Dylan Walters

WORLD BANK CANADA

     

 

 

CHAIRS: MARINA REA (IBFAN SOUTH AMERICA) AND LAURENCE GRUMMER-STRAWN (WHO)                             [OR TAMBO CONFERENCE ROOM]

OBJECTIVE:  TO SHARE TOOLS AND EFFORTS MADE TO ESTIMATE THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACTS OF UNDER NUTRITION AS WELL AS INCREASE FINANCIAL AND HUMAN RESOURCES FOR NUTRITION

Plenary 4

 

84 Countries WBTi Report on Implementation of the Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding -Key Findings

Arun Gupta

BPNI/ IBFAN Asia, INDIA

Plenary 5

 

Cost of hunger study updates

Wanja Kaaria

UN WFP office of AUC for Africa ETHIOPIA

Plenary 6

 

Advocacy to Reduce Malnutrition:
Using PROFILES and Nutrition Costing

Alice Nkori

FHI 360/FANTA
MALAWI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 1: ENHANCING INTEGRATED PLANNING & SERVICE DELIVERY FOR OPTIMAL MIYCN IN CONTEXT OF SDGs

MODERATORS: DR HANA BEKELE (WHO ZIMBABWE) AND JP DADHICH (BPNI/IBFAN ASIA)                                     [OR TAMBO CONFERENCE ROOM]

TS1.1

 

The cost of achieving the Global Nutrition Target for Exclusive Breastfeeding

Dylan Walters

World Bank CANADA

TS1.2

 

Primary Care and follow-up care on breastfeeding

Elsa Giugliani

University of RIO GRANDE DO SUL - BRAZIL

TS1.3

 

An Analysis of Breastfeeding Policy in the United States 2016

Isadora Hare

DC Breastfeeding Coalition
USA

TS1.4

 

Maternal Infant and Young Child Nutrition (MIYCN) Strategy and guidelines: A road to sustainable development for South Sudan

Rebecca Alum William

Ministry of Health
SOUTH SUDAN

TS1.5

 

Maternal Infant and Young Child Nutrition (MIYCN) Strategy and guidelines: A road to sustainable development for Uganda

Samalie Bananuka

Ministry of Health
UGANDA

TS1.6

 

Interactive Effects of Sanitation, Water and Breastfeeding on Child Health during two decades in Asia: Demographic & Health Survey (DHS), 1990-2014

Brajesh

International Institute for Population Sciences
INDIA

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 2: STRENGTHENING EVIDENCE FOR MIYCN THROUGH RESEARCH AND PROGRAM MONITORING

MODERATORS: DR LAURENCE GRUMMER-STRAWN (WHO)                                                                                                              [BARCELONA ROOM]

TS2.1

 

20 years of breastfeeding advocacy from research to reaching hearts and minds

Chantell Witten

North West University- SOUTH AFRICA

TS2.2

 

Utilization of World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative (WBTi) Web Portal for Breastfeeding Advocacy

Beena Bhatt

IBFAN ASIA
 INDIA

TS2.3

 

Towards integrated Care in Breastfeeding Support: A cross sectional survey of Practitioners- perspective

Stefanie I. Rosin PhD

IBCLC     and         LLL leader  GERMANY

TS2.4

 

Efficacy Evaluation of program implemented by Foundation for Mother & Child Health

Piyasree Mukherjee

Foundation for Mother & Child Health - INDIA

TS2.5

 

Breastfeeding and Breast Cancer risks: A Case Control Study in Terengganu, Malaysia

Nivim Essam

Assistant Professor, Family Med, IBCLC-  MALAYSIA

TS2.6

 

Breastfeeding Trends in Ecuador -2015

Maria Elisa Herrera-Fontana

Universidad San Francisco de Quito - ECUADOR

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 3: STRENGTHENING CARE AND SUPPORT SYSTEMS THROUGH BFHI

MODERATORS: MAAIKA ARTS (UNICEF HQ) AND SONIA KHAN (UNICEF MOZ)                                                                                [HEATHROW ROOM]

TS3.1

 

Advances and Challenges of BFHI: How to maintain quality

Marina Rea

University of Sao Paulo/IBFAN Brazil - BRAZIL

TS3.2

 

Experiences and lessons learnt in implementing the 10th BFHI - Fostering the establishment of breastfeeding support groups and refer mothers to them on discharge from the hospital or birth centre

Marcos Arana

IBFAN Latin America & Caribbean, MEXICO

TS3.3

 

Streamlining health systems for improvement of maternal and child health service through BFHI accreditation of facilities in Mpigi district, Uganda

Nalukenge Mariam

The Diet Clinic
UGANDA

TS3.4

 

Sharing experiences from Bangladesh on Promoting, Supporting and Protecting Breastfeeding

Mohammed Abdul Mannan

Bangladesh Breastfeeding Foundation BANGLADESH

TS3.5

 

Effect of Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) Revitalization on Exclusive Breastfeeding for six months in Thailand: A Cohort Study

Kusuma Chusilp

Faculty Of Medicine, Khon Kaen University, Ministry Of Education, THAILAND

TS3.6

 

How to strengthen the sustainability of the ten steps to successful breastfeeding and the three items in mother baby friendly (MBFI) accredited facilities in Sekhukhune district

Tebogo Morotoba

Department of Health
SOUTH AFRICA

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 4: PUBLIC INFORMATION SUPPORT AND ADVOCACY FOR IMPROVED MIYCN CAMPAIGNS

MODERATORS: MARCOS ARANA (IBFAN) AND MIKE BRADY (IBFAN-BMA)                                                           [CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL ROOM]

TS4.1

 

Evaluating the Effects of a Community Video Approach to Support Healthy MIYCN behaviors: The Spring Experience in Niger

Marjolein Moreaux

SPRING
USA

TS4.2

 

Role of Mainstream media and social media in promoting IYCF

Pontsho Pilane

Bhekisisa M&G Red Dot Media & Communication SOUTH AFRICA

TS4.3

 

Using behavior change to scale-up breastfeeding interventions in Ethiopia

Yewelsew Abebe

FHI 360
ETHIOPIA

TS4.4

 

World Breastfeeding Week Campaign: African Perspective

Barbara Nalubanga

IBFAN AFRICA
SWAZILAND

TS4.5

 

Monitoring TV adverts of Breastmilk Substitutes, Commercially Produced Complementary Foods & other Milks in Dakar, Senegal

Ndeye Yaga SY

Helen Keller International SENEGAL

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 5: EMERGENCY NUTRITION RESPONSE FOR OPTIMAL MIYCN PROGRAMS

MODERATORS:  PATRICK CODJI (UNICEF ESARO) AND SRI SUKOTJO (UNICEF INDONESIA)                                                    [MARCO POLO ROOM]

TS5.1

 

Ensuring Effective Infant and Young Child Feeding Service Delivery during the Refugee and Migrant European Crisis (Croatia)

Christine Fernandes

Save the Children,
UNITED KINGDOM

TS5.2

 

Experiences in using Women, Adolescent and Young Child Spaces following Typhoon Haiyan

Colleen Emary

World Vision
CANADA

TS5.3

 

Infant feeding in emergency: Case of Dabaab Refugee camp in Kenya

Doris Mwedwa

Action Against Hunger
SOUTH SUDAN

TS5.4

 

Emergency breastfeeding response during calamities& approaches to re-lactation with special lactation massage as an intervention

Maria Innes Fernandez

Arugaan Group PHILIPPINES

TS5.5

 

Effect of EL Nino induced drought on perceptions of mothers on breastfeeding in resource-limited rural setting

Dexter Chagwena

Ministry of Health &Child Care - ZIMBABWE

TS5.6

 

Risk factors for Exclusive Breastfeeding Lasting Less than Two Months: Identifying Women in Need of Targeted Breastfeeding Support

Christine Rubertsson

Associate Professor
Reproductive Health
Uppsala University SWEDEN

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 6: PROTECTING, PROMOTING AND SUPPORTING BREASTFEEDING THROUGH HUMAN MILK BANKING

MODERATORS:  LYNN MOENG MAHLANGU (DOH) AND PROF ANNA COUTSOUDIS (UNIVERSITY OF KZN)                               [KING SHAKA ROOM]

TS6.1

 

Experiences in setting up a community milk bank

Penny Reimers

University of KZN
SOUTH AFRICA

TS6.2

 

Promoting MIYCN in communities through increased access to safe donor human milk for abandoned and orphaned infants

Anna Coutsoudis

University of KZN
SOUTH AFRICA

TS6.3

 

Strengthening human milk banking systems to ensure increased access to human milk

Juliana Muiruri

PATH - KENYA

TS6.4

 

Pumping for profit

Naomi Baumslag

Georgetown University Medical School - USA

TS6.5

 

Guidance on Implementation of Human Milk Banking in South Africa

Gilbert Tshitaudzi

Department of Health
SOUTH AFRICA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TEA/COFFEE BREAK

PLENARY FORUM 1:  ENHANCING BREASTFEEDING RATES: PROGRESS MADE SINCE 1ST WORLD BREASTFEEDING CONFERENCE 2012

OBJECTIVE: DISCUSS THE PRACTICAL CHALLENGES REGARDING INVESTING IN BREASTFEEDING, EXPLORE DIFFERENT INVESTMENT MECHANISMS AND MODALITIES FOR REPLICATION

MODERATORS:  MARGARET KYENKYA ISABIRYE (FHI360 SOUTH AFRICA) AND PONTSHO PILLANE (BHEKISISA M&G RED DOT MEDIA)                                                          [OR TAMBO CONFERENCE ROOM]

PF1.1

 

Presentation of recent Lancet Series on Breastfeeding

Laurence Grummer-Strawn

WHO Geneva, SWITZERLAND

PF1.2

 

Summary of Progress made by 20 countries on the First World Breastfeeding Conference 2012 Resolutions

Barbara Nalubanga

IBFAN Africa
SWAZILAND

PF1.3

 

Carbon Footprint Due to Milk Formula: A study from selected countries of the Asia-Pacific Region

JP Dadhich

BPNI/IBFAN Asia
INDIA

PF1.4

 

World Breastfeeding Costing Initiative (WBCi) Financial Planning and Budgeting Tool

Shoba Suri

BPNI/ IBFAN Asia
INDIA

PF1.5

 

Innovative and Cost Effective Approaches for Attaining the 2025 WHA EBF Target: A case Study of India

MOH

Ministry of Health
INDIA

PF1.6

 

Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Investment Policy Framework for optimal Nutrition: Opportunities, Best Practices, and Lessons Learnt

SADC

Southern Africa Development Community SOUTH AFRICA

 

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