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Linkages breastfeeding leaflets

Author: Linkages / WIC
Resource type: Field tool

Leaflets produced not for emergency situations but could be adapted or used in areas if an emergency.

  1. Facts for Feeding. Recommended Practices to Improve Infant Nutrition during the First Six Months. Linkages. Available in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. www.linkagesproject.org/media/publications/facts%20for%20feeding//FactsForFeeding0-6months_eng.PDF
  2. Material from WIC, USA (a) Getting  a strong start with breastfeeding (b) Babies don't need formula. Available online: www.breastfeedingtaskforla.org/resources/breastfeeding-public-education.htm#Parent_Resources_ (c) From birth to 8 months old availabe from: healthvermont.gov/family/wic_activity/documents/FeedingInfant.pdf
  3. Exclusive breastfeeding. INFACT, Canada.

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factsforfeeding0-6months-eng-linkages.pdf (PDF, 72kb)

feedinginfant-0-8-months.pdf (PDF, 461kb)

getting-a-strong-start-with-breastfeeding.pdf (PDF, 215kb)

babies-don't-need-formula.pdf (PDF, 748kb)

exclusive-breastfeeding-leaflet-from-infact-canada.rtf (RTF, 7.5mb)

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Linkages / WIC (2005). Linkages breastfeeding leaflets. www.ennonline.net/bfleaflets