Breast feeding & Child Immunity

Immunity in newborn babies is only temporary and starts to decrease after the first few weeks or months. Did you know that breast milk also contains antibodies from the mother, which means that babies who are breastfed have passive immunity for longer? Let us hear some of your experiences.

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Join us on 16th July 2022 at 10 am EAT as we discuss this topic further. See the event details below:

MIYCN WEBINAR

FREE Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition Webinar

Organized by: Humanitarian Global (HG)

Date: Saturday 16th July 2022 [ 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. East African Time]

Key Speaker: Irene Maregi

Moderator: Eric Githinji

Topic: The Role of Breastmilk in the Development of Gut Health and Immunity

Target Audience: Humanitarians and Development Professionals, Nutritionists, Dietitians

**Register via the link: Webinar Registration - Zoom

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Breast milk is the simplest digestible friendly form of food for the baby,it contains lactobacillus and other friendly bacteria probiotic for the gut.

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We appreciate your input. Thank you for sharing with us.

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Breastmilk is crucial for a child’s physical and mental development, so mothers should take that into special consideration.

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Very true @HIBAQ. Thank you for this great contribution.

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Breast milk is the best food or medication a mother could even give to her child

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We totally concur and thank you for this great input @Noeline.

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In case you missed out on our Webinar on the Role of Breastmilk in Gut Health and Immunity see the recording below:

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