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World Breastfeeding Week


Creating a unified voice by ‘Sustaining Breastfeeding Together’

Beginning immediately after the delivery of the baby, breastfeeding is the natural process of providing young infants with the necessary nutrition that they need in order to grow and develop in a healthy manner. Continue reading “World Breastfeeding Week”

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Eliminate Hepatitis


Viral hepatitis is one of the most important causes of liver disease throughout the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that about 320 million people worldwide have chronic hepatitis B or C infection.[1]

Hepatitis B and C are the most important cause of liver cancer in the world. They can cause acute (short-term) and chronic (long-term) infection. Middle East, central Asia, Egypt, Pakistan, Certain area of Africa and South East Asia are areas with high prevalence of the condition. It is estimated that more than 90% of infected individuals do not have any symptoms of the disease and hence appear absolutely healthy. Continue reading “Eliminate Hepatitis”

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Benefits of Breastfeeding


Breast feeding starts soon after delivery of the baby. This process of secretion milk is known as lactation. Lactation describes the secretion of milk from the mammary glands and the period of time that a mother lactates to feed her young. Colostrums’ is the first milk a breastfed baby receives.

Early 2 days is the secretion of colostrums; these secretions are the best immune booster for the baby.

Benefits for the mother:  Continue reading “Benefits of Breastfeeding”

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