World Breastfeeding Conference

Second World Breastfeeding Conference : Africa 2016

 

                           
 

 

Reports  Released

The Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding in 51 CountriesThe 2012 World Breastfeeding Conference Declaration

 Declaration

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Presentations

 Inauguration  Speeches: 6th December 2012

Shri Salman Khurshid

Smt.Krishna Tirath

Dr. Arun Gupta 

 

7th December 2012

Plenary 
Video Message of the UN Special Rapporteur on Right to Food Mr. Olivier De Schutter

P2 : How to Enhance Breastfeeding Rates Globally (Implementing the WHO/UNICEF’s Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding), Dr. Francesco Branca, Director, Nutrition, WHO HQ
 

P3 :Breastfeeding on the Worldwide Agenda: Successes, Challenges and the Way Forward, Dr.Nicholas Alipui , Director Programs UNICEF HQ
 

P4 :To share the findings of the WBTi policy assessment on IYCF as completed in 2012, and share the main gaps and recommendations emerging from it ,Ms.Joyce Chanetsa , IBFAN Africa
 

Impact of assessment on policy and programmes

P5 :Successful Experiences in Developing National Policy and Programme Support    

Concurrent technical sessions, and paper presentations

TS-1 :Risks of Formula Feeding 

TS-2 : Supporting Breastfeeding through Maternity Entitlement 

TS-3 : Research papers on various aspects of Infant Feeding

TS-4 : Research papers on various aspects of Infant Feeding

TS-5 : Hormonal Control of Breastfeeding 

TS-6 : Research papers on trends in IYCF Practices

TS-7 : Traditional Practices and Cultural Beliefs in IYCF

TS-8 : Understanding Breastfeeding

Special Session : Developing a National Training programme on IYCF

8th December 2012

Plenary

P 6 : Underlying Determinants of Child Malnutrition both Under and Over

P 7 : The Evidence on Breastfeeding for Child Survival and How to Enhance Breastfeeding Rates

P8 :  Infant Feeding and Childhood Obesity

  • To share the links of infant feeding practices with childhood obesity and what are the ways forward to tackle obesity, Dr. Joan Meek, USA, American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

IS-1: How to Assess National Policy and Programmes

IS-3 : Universalizing Skilled Counselling Services and Building Capacities

IS-5 : Strengthening Code Implementation at National level

IS-6 : How countries made significant improvement in breastfeeding

Concurrent technical sessions and papers

TS-9 : Conflict of Interest in Policy Making

TS-10 : "Infant Feeding in Emergencies – Panel discussion " 

TS-11:Interventions to Support IYCF 

8th December 2012

Plenary

P 6 : Underlying Determinants of Child Malnutrition both Under and Over

P 7 : The Evidence on Breastfeeding for Child Survival and How to Enhance Breastfeeding Rates

P8 :  Infant Feeding and Childhood Obesity

  • To share the links of infant feeding practices with childhood obesity and what are the ways forward to tackle obesity, Dr. Joan Meek, USA, American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

IS-1: How to Assess National Policy and Programmes

IS-3 : Universalizing Skilled Counselling Services and Building Capacities

IS-5 : Strengthening Code Implementation at National level

IS-6 : How countries made significant improvement in breastfeeding

Concurrent technical sessions and papers

TS-9 : Conflict of Interest in Policy Making

TS-10 : "Infant Feeding in Emergencies – Panel discussion " 

TS-11:Interventions to Support IYCF 

TS-12 : Climate Change and Infant Feeding 

TS-13: Infant Feeding and HIV 

TS-14 : Research papers on various aspects of Infant Feeding 

TS-15: Large scale initiatives to improve IYCF practices 

TS-16 : SAIFRN Workshop

TS-17 : "Role of Media & Communication in IYCF " 

20 years of World Breastfeeding Week

20 years WBW with timing set

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