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Breastfeeding fact sheet

Author: GentleBirthsBali & IDEP, Indonesia
Year: 2004
Resource type: Field tool

In Bahasa. Date not known.

Menyusui dengan Asi (Breast feeding) Information about the importance of breast feeding, especially relevant for post disaster conditions as it explains the issues relating to unsanitary / inappropriate use of infant formula. Prepared by Yayasan IDEP with information provided by Yayasan Bumi Sehat. Possibly done by Robin Lim for Tsunami.

Can be used as a leaflet and also was printed in the media.

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