“As a young doctor working with refugees in the former Yugoslavia and Iraq, I attended births and delivered babies. Access to many of the basic tools, equipment and medicines needed to ensure that newborns are delivered safely and survive their first day – the most dangerous day in life – was just a dream.
Even in these precarious situations, most babies did have access to the single most important health intervention: breastfeeding.”
Flavia Bustreo, Assistant Director-General – Family, Women’s and Children’s Health of WHO talks about exclusive breastfeeding & family friendly workplaces
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