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Conference : Presentations

DATE: 13TH DECEMBER 2016
SUB THEME: WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN’S RIGHTS TO NUTRITION AND ENVIRONMENT


Session

 

Presentation

Presenter

Country/Organization

CHAIRS: MARYSE ARENDT (IBFAN-GIFA/IL LUXEMBURG) AND FRANCE BEGIN (UNICEF)                                        [OR TAMBO CONFERENCE ROOM]

OBJECTIVE: TO HIGHLIGHT THE USE OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS LENS IN ENSURING OPTIMAL BREASTFEEDING AND HOUSEHOLD FOOD SECURITY IN DIFFERENT CIRCUMSTANCES INCLUDING FORMAL AND NON-FORMAL ENVIRONMENTS

 

 

 

 

 

Keynote Address 2

 

Positioning Women for optimal breastfeeding in the world of work using a Human Rights Framework

Camille Selleger

IBFAN/GIFA
 SWITZERLAND

Plenary 7

 

Innovative approaches to optimal breastfeeding for small and sick new born babies

Ute Feucht

Paediatrician, Tshwane District Clinical Specialist Team
SOUTH AFRICA

Plenary 8

 

Ensuring maternity protection for all women at national level

Margaret Kyenkya- Isabirye

FHI360
SOUTH AFRICA

Plenary 9

 

Improving dietary intakes and nutritional status of infants and young children through improved food security and complementary feeding counselling - A global perspective

Anna Lartey

Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, ITALY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUM 1: INFANT FEEDING IN EMERGENCIES AND EPIDEMICS

MODERATORS: JOAN MARJI (UNICEF ESARO) AND ALESSANDRO LELLAMO                                                        [CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL ROOM]                                      

S01.1

 

Infant Feeding in Emergencies: Policy and guideline development and Implementation

Mona Alsumaie

MOH Kuwait

S01.2

 

Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergency capacity mapping in Kenya, Somalia and Southern Sudan

Patrick Codjia

UNICEF ESARO
KENYA

S01.3

 

Updating guidance on Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergencies

David Clark

UNICEF HEADQUARTERS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUM 2: SUPPORT OF BREASTFEEDING IN THE LABOR SECTOR

MODERATORS:  (IBFAN-GIFA/IL LUXEMBURG) ARENDT AND MAYANG SARI (UNICEF BANGLADESH)                                       [BARCELONA ROOM]

S02.1

 

ILO Perspectives on maternity and paternity at work. Opportunity and challenges at country level in implementing the ILO convention

Maryse Arendt

IBFAN-GIFA/IL LUXEMBURG

S02.2

 

Presentation of Maternity Protection report from 57 countries

Shoba Suri

BPNI INDIA

S02.3

 

Maternity Protection in the Framework of Human Rights

Camille Selleger

IBFAN-GIFA - SWITZERLAND

S02.4

 

Policy adoption and implementation of ILO convention 183 on Maternity Protection- Experiences from Kenya

Betty Samburu,

Ministry of Health
KENYA

S02.5

 

Policy adoption and implementation of ILO convention 183 on Maternity Protection- Experiences from The Gambia

Fofana Malang

National Nutrition Agency (NaNA) THE GAMBIA

S02.6

 

Maternity Protection Campaign- Progress, Best practices and challenges

Dexter Chagwena

MOH Child Welfare
ZIMBABWE

 

 

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUM 3: ENHANCING THE RIGHT TO NUTRITION THROUGH EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING: EXPERIENCES, BEST PRACTICES AND LESSONS LEARNT

MODERATOR: ROGER MATHISEN (FHI360 ALIVE & THRIVE, VIETNAM)  AND MARGARET KYENKYA (FHI360 SA)                                [HEATHROW ROOM]

S03.1

 

Rapid, large-scale increase in exclusive breastfeeding is possible: Experiences from Alive & Thrive

Roger Mathisen

FHI360 / Alive & Thrive Southeast Asia, VIETNAM

S03.2

 

Longer exclusive breastfeeding duration is associated with healthier diet in the first year of life

Elsa Regina Justo Giugliani

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL

S03.3

 

Mobilizing and involvement of men from Mucwini and Lagoro sub-counties, Kitgum district, Uganda for improved maternal and child nutrition

Benon Musasizi

World Vision, UGANDA

S03.4

 

Saving Children’s lives: The KZN Infant Feeding Story

Spies Lenore

Department of Health
South Africa

S03.5

 

Knowledge and practices of mothers regarding exclusive breast feeding at Mahwelereng local area of Limpopo Province, SA

Sogo Matlala

Senior Lecturer, department of Public Health - SOUTH AFRICA

 

 

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUM 4: STRENGTHENING CARE & SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR BREASTFEEDING AND NUTRITION OF PREMATURE AND LOW BIRTH WEIGHT BABIES

MODERATOR: ALEMNESH RETA (LAERDAL GLOBAL HEALTH)                                                                                                       [MARCO POLO ROOM]

S04.1

 

Exploration of the breastfeeding model Mama Breast; Breastfeeding and growth. Helping Babies Grow

Alemnesh Reta

Laerdal Global Health
NORWAY

S04.2

 

NIFTY Cup they researched for feeding of Premature and Low Birth Weight Babies

Christy McKinney

PATH Seattle
USA

S04.3

 

Promoting and Managing Maternal Lactation in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Deidre Smith, Satsha Jordan

South Africa Breastmilk Reserve SOUTH AFRICA

S04.5

 

Breastfeeding: Nutrition support and Capacity building for Premature and LBWBs

Ute Feucht

Tshwane District Clinical Specialist Team S AFRICA

 

 

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUM 5: SUPPORTING AND PROTECTING BREASTFEEDING THROUGH THE BABY FRIENDLY HOSPITAL INITIATIVE

MODERATOR:  GEOFFREY BISOBORWA (WHO AFRICA RO) AND LORA KIIGE (UNICEF KENYA)                              [OR TAMBO CONFERENCE ROOM] 

S05.1

 

Overview of the current status of the BFHI and Country Experiences

Maaike Arts

UNICEF - HEADQUARTERS

S05.2

 

Overview of the proceedings and outcomes of the BFHI Congress

Laurence Grummer-Strawn

WHO SWITZERLAND

S05.3

 

BFHI Roundtable: 25 years of BFHI-Keeping quality everywhere

Europe

Maryse Arendt

IBFAN-GIFA/IL LUXEMBURG

Asia

Arun Gupta

IBFAN Asia - INDIA

South America

Marina Rea

IBFAN South America - MEXICO

Canada

Elizabeth Sterken

IBFAN-INFACT - CANADA

Africa

Rejoice Nkhambule

Ministry of Health - SWAZILAND

 

 

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUM 6: PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF SEVERE AND CHRONIC MALNUTRITION

MODERATOR: TERRY WEFWAFWA (KARIBUNI KENYA) AND JANET GUTA (MOH MALAWI)                                                        [KING SHAKA ROOM]

TS6.1

 

Ntchisi District Stunting Prevention project, Malawi

 Pontsho Sepoloane

WFP Regional Bureau Johannesburg SOUTH AFRICA

S06.2

 

Prevention and Treatment of Severe Acute Malnutrition in South Africa

Shuaib Kauchali

National Department of Health, SOUTH AFRICA

S06.3

 

Malawi approach in community mobilization and integration with C4D to increase CMAM service uptake at community level

Sylvester Kathumba

Ministry of Health, MALAWI

S06.4

 

Inappropriate and too often deadly marketing of breastmilk substitutes over the decades: History on strategies used in protecting breastfeeding to prevent children under-nutrition

Leah Margulies

IBFAN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 7: WOMEN AND CHILDREN’S RIGHTS TO MATERNITY PROTECTION IN FORMAL AND INFORMAL SECTORS

MODERATOR: MARYSE ARENDT (IBFAN-GIFA/IL LUXEMBURG) AND MAYANG SARI (UNICEF)                                                [MARCO POLO ROOM]

TS7.1

 

Maternity Protection in the informal sector - Indian Experience

Dr JP Dadhich

BPNI/IBFAN Asia India

TS7.2

 

Family policies that could support mothers who would chose to stay at home to take care of their child in the first 2 years

Maryse Arendt

IBFAN-GIFA/IL LUXEMBURG

TS7.3

 

Mother Baby Friendly Workplace Initiative in Kenya – Processes, Roles and Responsibilities of different Stakeholders

Betty Samburu

Ministry of Health
KENYA

TS7.4

 

Feasibility and potential effectiveness of a baby-friendly workplace support initiative on breastfeeding, child nutrition and health

Milka Njeri

African Population for Health Research Center Kenya

TS7.5

 

Advocacy for maternity protection and support for workplace lactation programs in Vietnam and Southeast Asia

Roger Mathisen

FHI 360 / Alive & Thrive Southeast Asia, VIETNAM

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 8: COMBINING TARGETED FOOD SECURITY ACTIONS WITH INTENSIVE NUTRITION EDUCATION AND BCC

MODERATORS: MERCY CHIKOKO (FAO) AND PONTSHO SEPOLOANE (WFP)                                                                                               [BARCELONA ROOM]

TS8.1

 

Bangladesh Experience on Integrating Cash Based Transfer programme and SBCC for improved MIYCN

Pontsho Sepoloane

WFP Regional Bureau Johannesburg SOUTH AFRICA

TS8.2

 

Food Security interventions for improved MIYCN practices: Experiences best practices and lessons learnt

Mercy Chikoko

FAO South Africa

TS8.3

 

Testing the Child Feeding Questionnaire to Promote Dietary Diversity and Early Childhood Development through Responsive Feeding in Niger

Kristina Granger

SPRING Niger

TS8.4

 

Breastfeeding and complementary feeding practices of under five children in Kuje area council Abuja

Clementina Ebere Okoro

Federal Capital Territory PHC Board Nigeria

TS8.5

 

Study and profile complementary feeding practices and their determinants among children 6-23 months of age in an outpatient hospital setting in Central India: A cross sectional study

Bhavna Dhingra

AIIMS Bhopal India

TS8.6

 

Risk of replacement and sustained breastfeeding and family food based complementary feeding

Elisabeth Sterken

INFACT Canada

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 9: CAPACITY BUILDING FOR PRE AND IN-SERVICE HEALTH CARE WORKERS ON MIYCN

MODERATORS:      DR GEOFFREY BISOBORWA AND DR GHADA SAYED                                                                                     [HEATHROW ROOM]

TS9.1

 

Updated WHO Integrated Infant and Young Child Feeding Counselling Course Training Package for Facility Health Workers

Hana Bekele

WHO
ZIMBABWE

TS9.2

 

Lesson Learned from 4 in 1 Training and Planning Ahead

Farahdibha Tenrilemba

Indonesia Breastfeeding Mother Association Indonesia

TS9.3

 

Improving Under Two’s Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices through ICDS Program in Semi Tribal Region of Gujarat, India: Impact of One Year Capacity Building Intervention

Purvi  Miteshkumar Parikh

IGNOU
INDIA

TS9.4

 

Evaluation of Capacity Building training for Non-government Doctors, Nurses and Paramedics on Infant and Young Child Feeding and Maternal Nutrition

Sayeda Sumaiya Islam

Bangladesh Breastfeeding Foundation Bangladesh

TS9.5

 

Scaling up Integrated Infant and Young Child Feeding Training: Experiences and Lessons Learnt

Ann Behr/Phyllis Baxen

Department of Health
SOUTH AFRICA

TS9.6

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 10: PROMOTING AND SUPPORTING BREASTFEEDING IN HIV INFECTION AND EPIDEMICS

MODERATORS: ALISON FEELEY (UNICEF) AND DR LESLEY BAMFORD (DOH)                                                       [CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL ROOM]

TS10.1

 

Update on breastfeeding and HIV studies

Anna Coutsoudis

University of KZN South Africa

TS10.2

 

Revised WHO Infant Feeding and HIV guidelines

Maaike Arts

UNICEF HQ

TS10.3

 

Review of breastfeeding practices among mothers living with HIV in selected East and Southern African Countries

UNICEF

UNICEF

TS10.4

 

Zika microcephaly and infant and young child feeding

Elsa Giugliani

University of RIO GRANDE DO SUL - BRAZIL

TS10.5

 

Breastfeeding practices and nutritional status of children born to mothers living with HIV attending Kawaala Health Centre IV, Wakiso District

Lutgard Musiime

UGAN
UGANDA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 11: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CODE OF MARKETING FOR BREAST MILK SUBSTITUTES

MODERATORS:  CONSTANCE CHING  (IBFAN ICDC)                                                                                                        [OR TAMBO CONFERENCE ROOM]          

TS11.1

 

When is a Milk a Breastmilk Substitute? Manufacturers’ Attempts to Get Around the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes and Subsequent World Health Assembly Resolutions

David Clark
Yeong Joo Kean

Legal Advisor, UNICEF HEADQUARTERS
Legal Advisor, IBFAN-ICDC MALAYSIA

TS11.2

 

New Guidance on Ending the inappropriate promotion of foods for Infant and Young Children

Laurence Grummer-Strawn

WHO HQ
SWITZERLAND

TS11.3

 

Inclusion of the Code in a Growing Number of Important Human Rights Documents including Human Rights Treaty Bodies Recommendations (CRC, ICESCR and CEDAW)

Camille Selleger

IBFAN-GIFA
SWITZERLAND

TS11.4

 

Assessment of the Implementation of the International Code in the Arab World 

Ghada Sayed

IBCLC, IBFAN Arab World
EGYPT

TS11.5

 

Monitoring the Brazilian Code – the Violations Persist

Marina F. Rea

University of Sao Paulo/IBFAN Brazil - BRAZIL

TS11.6

 

Violations of the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes in Indonesia

Sri Sukotjo

Nutrition Specialist, UNICEF, INDONESIA

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 12: STRENGTHENING CARE AND SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR BREASTFEEDING AND NUTRITION OF PREMATURE AND LOW BIRTH WEIGHT BABIES

MODERATORS: DR. SHUAIB KAUCHALI (DOH, SOUTH AFRICA)                                                                                                      [KING SHAKA ROOM]

TS12.1

 

Lactation Management Center Facilitated by the Breastfeeding Foundation: A Rare Attempt with Prudential Outcome!

SK Roy

Bangladesh Breastfeeding Foundation - BANGLADESH

TS12.1

 

Feeding of Premature and LBWBs

Ute Feucht

Tshwane District Clinical Specialist TeamSOUTH AFRICA

TS12.1

 

Counselling of nursing mothers! How effective it is - For improving nutrition of neonates & infants

Juhi Sonwai

Medical College, Ujjain
INDIA

TS12.1

 

Kangaroo Mother Care: Experiences and Lessons learnt

Ghada Sayed

IBCLC, IBFAN Arab World
EGYPT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLENARY FORUM 2:  FIGHTING AN OLD BATTLE IN A NEW WORLD: TACKLING NON-COMPLIANCE OF THE CODE AND ASSISTING COUNTRIES WITH IMPLEMENTATION, MONITORING, AND ENFORCEMENT

MODERATORS:  CONSTANCE CHING   (IBFAN ICDC)                                                                    [OR TAMBO CONFERENCE ROOM]

PF2.1

 

Introduction to the International Code & Overall Implementation: An Overview

David Clark

UNICEF
HEADQUARTERS

PF2.2

Monitoring & Enforcement: Network of Global Monitoring and Support for Implementation of the Code and Subsequent WHA Resolutions (NetCode)

Grummer-Strawn Lawrence

WHO
SWITZERLAND

PF2.3

Trends and Barriers

Yeong Joo Kean

IBFAN-ICDC - MALAYSIA

PF2.4

IYCF Programme Implementation in the Context of the International Code

Roger Mathisen

FHI 360 / Alive & Thrive Southeast Asia - VIETNAM

PF2.5

Country Experience in Code Implementation: Botswana

Hussein Tarimo

IBFAN - BOTSWANA

PF2.6

Country Experience in Code Implementation: Kuwait

Mona Alsumaie

MoH - KUWAIT

RATOR: DAVID CLARK (UNICEF)                                                                                                                              [OR TAMBO CONFERENCE ROOM]

Cinema Event 2

 

MILK FILM: An artisiticMODE and intimate look at the politics of birth and infant feeding around the world:

Noemi Weis

Ottawa – CANADA

 

 

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