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World Breastfeeding Week, celebrated this year from 1-7 August, is an annual event highlighting the critical importance of breastfeeding for children across the globe.
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The act of breastfeeding itself stimulates proper growth of the mouth and jaw, and secretion of hormones for digestion and satiety.
Breastfeeding creates a special bond between mother and baby and the interaction between the mother and child during breastfeeding has positive repercussions for life, in terms of stimulation, behaviour, speech, sense of wellbeing and security and how the child relates to other people.
Providing this support is the right thing to do for both babies and mothers: breastfeeding prevents infant death, childhood illness and non-communicable diseases, while supporting brain development and protecting maternal health. Women who have adequate maternity benefits value their employers, leading to increased productivity, job satisfaction and loyalty.
Immediate breastfeeding – putting the baby to the mother’s breast within an hour after birth – would significantly reduce neonatal mortality.
Breastfeeding also lowers the risk of chronic conditions later in life, such as obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, childhood asthma and childhood leukaemias.
Studies have shown that breastfed infants do better on intelligence and behaviour tests into adulthood than formula-fed babies.
Breastfeeding gives children the healthiest start in life and is one of the simplest, smartest and most cost-effective ways we have of ensuring that all children survive and thrive.
The theme of this year’s World Breastfeeding Week is ‘Women and work – Let’s make it work’ which emphasizes the need for better support systems and policies to enable working mothers to breastfeed.