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In an emergency situation, whether a natural or man-made disaster, breastfeeding is an important strategy for increasing infant and child survival. These resources from ILCA for relief workers, healthcare workers and families, will show you how to promote, protect, and support breastfeeding in an emergency.

  • NEW! Tips for Health Care Providers: Supporting Breastfeeding Families During the Flu Season (english)
  • NEW! Tips for Parents: How To Keep Your Baby Well During Flu Season (english l français l español)

Japan Earthquake

ILCA Statement:
        ILCA Encourages Breastfeeding Support in Pacific Earthquake and Tsunami Affected Areas (March 11, 2011)Haiti Earthquake and Breastfeeding


ILCA Statements:
Update on Haiti Response (Jan 28, 2010)
ILCA Encourages Breastfeeding Support In Haiti press release (Jan 13, 2010)

ILCA Resources:
Tips for Relief Workers: Facts about Breastfeeding in an Emergency (english l français l español)
Tips for Health Care Providers: Facts about Breastfeeding in an Emergency (english l français l español)
Checklists (2009 World Breastfeeding Week Kit)
Background Information – Breastfeeding: A Vital Emergency Response (2009 World Breastfeeding Week Kit)
10 MORE Reasons to Breastfeed! Flyer (english [bleed l no bleed] l français l español)

Other Important Resources on Breastfeeding in Emergencies:
WHO/UNICEF “Call for Support for Appropriate Infant and Young Child Feeding in Haiti”
WHO/UNICEF “Haiti Earthquake Technical Note on HIV and Infant Feeding”
Emergency Nutrition Network
American Academy of Pediatrics “Infant Nutrition During a Disaster”
United States Breastfeeding Committee
Human Milk Banking Association of North America

Influenza A (H1N1) Vaccines and Breastfeeding

Also visit ILCA’s Press Room

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May 23, 2011 - Posted by | Article

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