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Conference : Presentations

DATE: 14TH DECEMBER 2016
SUB THEME: MOTHER, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT


Session

 

Presentation

Presenter

Country/Organization

CHAIRS: DR. SIBIYA THOKOZILE (UNIVERSITY OF SWAZILAND) AND MS NOMAJONI NTOMBELA (FHI360)         [OR TAMBO CONFERENCE ROOM]

OBJECTIVE: TO SHARE GLOBAL AND NATIONAL STRATEGIES BEING UNDERTAKEN TO STRENGTHEN MIYCN AT COMMUNITY LEVEL

Keynote Address 3

 

Promotion of Complementary Feeding for optimal Growth and Development

France Begin

UNICEF
HEADQUARTERS

Plenary 10

 

Conflict of Interest in nutrition research and programming: Post London Meeting COI recommendations for action at community level

J.P. Dadhich

BPNI/ IBFAN Asia
INDIA

Plenary 11

 

Codex, trade and child health: Policy coherence between Codex and WHO recommendations to protect IYCF - implications for action at community level

Elisabeth Sterken

INFACT
CANADA

Plenary 12

 

Impact of SUN strategy of engaging business in tracking malnutrition and market led approaches: Implications at the community level

Patti Rundall

Baby Milk Action
UNITED KINGDOM

 

 

 

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUM 7: INDUCED LACTATION FROM POSSIBILITY TO PROBABILITY

MODERATORS: LENORE SPIES (KZN DOH) AND PHYLLIS BAXEN (FHI360)                                                                                             [BARCELONA ROOM]

S07.1

 

Historical Overview of Induced Lactation, Re-lactation, Adoptive Breastfeeding

Lenore Goldfarb

Director Health e-Learning-IIHL/Step 2 Education International – CANADA

S07.2

 

Current Research to Inform Clinic Practice

Lenore Goldfarb

 

   

 

 

SYMPOSIUM 8: BUILDING CAPACITY OF COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS AND MEMBERS FOR IMPROVED AND SUSTAINABLE MIYCN

MODERATORS: PEGGY KONIZ-BOOHER (SPRING) AND SASCHA LAMSTEIN (SPRING)                                                                 [BARCELONA ROOM]

S08.1

 

Overview of the community IYCF counselling package and country experiences in using the package

SPRING

SPRING

S08.2

 

Use of competency-based training to strengthen capacity of health personnel on IYCF

Mayang Sari

UNICEF
BANGLADESH

S08.3

 

Current support to strengthen community counseling during ANC and PNC

Mayang Sari

UNICEF
BANGLADESH

S08.4

 

Overview of the Nutrition Assessment, Counselling and Support (NACS) Training Package for Community Based Service Providers

Alice Nkoroi

FHI360
MALAWI

 

 

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUM 9: BABY FRIENDLY COMMUNITY INITIATIVE: REGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION, EXPERIENCES AND RESULTS

MODERATORS: PROF MARINA REA (IBFAN SOUTH AMERICA) AND PROF ALICE NTE (IBFAN AFRICA)                                      [HEATHROW ROOM]

S09.1

 

National Brazilian Breastfeeding Programme - How to scale up breastfeeding practices

Marina Rea

University of Sao Paulo/IBFAN Brazil - BRAZIL

S09.2

 

Baby Friendly Community Initiative (BFCI) experiences from Lalitpur, India

Arun Gupta

IBFAN India

S09.3

 

Baby Friendly Community Initiative Implementation in Kenya: Processes, Progress, Successes and Challenges

Betty Samburu 

Ministry of Health  
KENYA

S09.4

 

Enablers and Barriers to Effective Implementation of Baby friendly Community Initiative in Rural Kenya

Judith Kimiywe

Kenyatta University
KENYA

S09.5

 

Social Return on Investment (SRO) of the Baby Friendly Community Initiative in Kenya

Milka Wanjohi

African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) KENYA

 

 

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUM 10: EXPERIENCES FROM PROMOTION PROTECTION AND SUPPORT FOR OPTIMAL IYCF: EXPERIENCES FROM SOUTH AFRICA

MODERATORS: DR YOGAN PILLAY (DOH) AND TSHEPISO MAKWETIA                                                                          [OR TAMBO CONFERENCE ROOM]                              

S010.1

 

Opening remarks

Dr. Tshepo Motsepe

Patron of SACSoWACH
SOUTH AFRICA

S010.2

 

Overview of the Tshwane Declaration of support for breastfeeding in South Africa

Lynn Moeng Mahlangu

NDOH
SOUTH AFRICA

S010.3

 

Rethinking Breastfeeding Promotion in the context of Early Childhood Development

Wiedaad Slemming

University of Witwatersrand
Dept of Community Pediatrics
SOUTH AFRICA

S010.4

 

MomConnect: using technology to inform and support mothers

Tsepiso Makwetla

MomConnect ambassador
SOUTH AFRICA

S010.5

 

Developing best practices and overcoming challenges; the Northern Cape experience

 

C De Lange          

Northern Cape DoH
SOUTH AFRICA

S010.6

 

Developing best practices and overcoming challenges; the KZN experience

Lenore Spies

KZN DOH
SOUTH AFRICA

S010.7

 

La Leche League – example of good practice – based on network and use of social media

Cecilia Teixeira

La Leche League
SOUTH AFRICA

S010.8

 

PATH: community based model on use of Community Health Workers (CHWs)

Hlamalani Mabasa

PATH SOUTH AFRICA

S010.9

 

Scaling-up good practice, harnessing opportunities

Alison Feeley
Ann Behr

UNICEF/NDOH

 

   

 

 

SYMPOSIUM 12: CONFLICT OF INTEREST IN GLOBAL NUTRITION RESEARCH

MODERATORS:  PATTI RUNDALL [IBFAN-BMA]                                                                                                            [CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL ROOM]                                    

S012.1

 

Scene Setting

Patti Rundall

IBFAN-BMA
United Kingdom

S012.2

 

Conflict of Interest in nutrition research, standard setting and policy advice

JP Dadhich

BPNI/IBFAN Asia India

S012.3

 

The influence of conflicted nutrition research on national policies and programmes

Khurshid Talukder

Center for Women and Children’s Health Bangladesh

S012.4

 

The NCD research arena and the UN

Patti Rundall

IBFAN-BMA
United Kingdom

S012.5

 

Sharing experience of national awareness generation on Conflict of Interest

Velvet Escario-Roxas

Arugaan
Philippines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 13: COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE MALNUTRITION IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN

MODERATORS: PATRICK CODJI (UNICEF ESARO)  [MARCO POLO ROOM]

TS13.1

 

Malnutrition among HIV Infected pregnant and lactating women enrolled in Family Support Groups in Ntungamo district -Western Uganda

Naluguza Esther

Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric Aids Foundation UGANDA

TS13.2

 

Community Management of Acute malnutrition in the internally displaced peoples camps in Nigeria

Osa Chris

Ministry of Health
NIGERIA

TS13.3

 

Linking Health Facility to community in management of acute malnutrition

Elizabeth Kiboneka

Mwanamugimu Nutrition Unit-Mulago Hospital UGANDA

TS13.3

 

The global trade of Ready to Use Therapeutic Feeds - what are the implications for Breastfeeding and Child health?

Patti Rundall

IBFAN - BMA
UNITED KINGDOM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 14: ENSURING OPTIMAL CHILD AND MATERNAL NUTRITION AT COMMUNITY LEVEL

MODERATORS: ROGER MATHISEN, FHI 360 / ALIVE & THRIVE                                                                                                       [BARCELONA ROOM]

TS14.1

 

Community Engagement for Improved Child Survival, Growth and Development

Bisoborwa Geoffrey

WHO
CONGO BRAZZAVILLE

TS14.2

 

Community based information systems for improved IYCF

Christine Kyaliganyirwa

UNICEF - NIGERIA

TS14.3

 

Promoting breastfeeding through community groupings, home visits and Early Childhood Development Sessions (ECD): Experiences of Mwanza and Geita, Tanzania

Charles Fungo

Catholic Relief Services TANZANIA

TS14.4

 

Breastfeeding experiences of mothers and health care workers from two districts in the Eastern Cape

Fordjou Afriyie

Nelson Mandela Bay Health District, Eastern Cape
SOUTH AFRICA

TS 14.5

 

Kwazulu-Natal Initiative for Breastfeeding Support (KIBS): an intervention which introduced advisors to increase early and exclusive breastfeeding practices in hospitals in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

Nompumelelo Nxumalo

Center for Rural Health, University of Kwazulu-Natal

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 15: ADDRESSING LOCAL CULTURES, FOOD BELIEFS AND PRACTICES CONSTRAINING AND/OR PROMOTING MIYCN

MODERATORS: DR. COENIE LOUW AND MS SUE JONES                                                                                                       [CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL ROOM]

TS15.1

 

Understanding Suboptimal Breastfeeding Practices in Nigeria: Findings from a Mixed Methods Baseline Study

Susan Adeyemi

SPRING
USA

TS15.2

 

Knowledge of breastfeeding practices and perception towards donor human milk among mothers and influencers of preterm or sick neonates

Sophy Mabasa

PATH - SOUTH AFRICA

TS15.3

 

Cultural and Social Beliefs and Practices Around Infant and Young Child Nutrition, in Nairobi Slums, Kenya

Milka Wanjohi

Africa Population and Health Research Center  - KENYA

TS15.4

 

Prolonged Lactation Amenorrhea among tribal women in Sundargarh, India

Radhanath Satpathy

Asian Institute of Public Health, Bhubaneswar India

TS15.5

 

Assessment of mothers’ adherence to the optimal infant and young child feeding practices

Andile S Mkhonta

University of Swaziland SWAZILAND

TS15.6

 

The role of breastfeeding in shaping infant intestinal Microbiome

Elisabeth Sterken

INFACT Canada

 

   

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 17: Male and Youth Involvement and Support for appropriate Child Care and Development

MODERATORS:       MARCOS ARANA (IBFAN SOUTH AMERICA) AND ELSA GIUGLIANI (UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO RIO GRANDE)                                                                                                       [HEATHROW ROOM]

TS17.1

  Knowledge Attitudes and Future Intentions of Nigerian High School Students Toward Infant and Young Child Nutrition and Feeding

Kelebogile T. Setiloane

University of Delaware USA

TS17.2

  Exploring the association between intimate partner violence and exclusive breastfeeding

Md. Jahirul Islam

Griffith University Bangladesh

TS17.3

  Dads can do it: How to involve fathers in child feeding: Experience from Zimbabwe

Dexter Chagwena

MoH ZIMBABWE

TS17.4

  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

TS17.5

  Care within ECD: Reflections from FORCES Network

Savitri Ray

Centre for Women's Development Studies India

 

   

 

 

 

 

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