The second annual Native Breastfeeding Week (NBW) took place from August 9-15, 2020, and it was nothing short of incredible!
August is National Breastfeeding Month and this week’s theme is Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergencies (IYCF-E).
Emergencies are an inevitable though unfortunate part of life. Organizations must align activities for all three stages of disaster relief: Preparedness, Response, and Resiliency.
"Oh, we do that?" has been my common refrain during my first ten months at USBC. The breadth and depth of the work done by this eight-woman team is stupefying. A recent "oh, we do that?" was when I realized that USBC founded National Breastfeeding Month (NBM) in 2011 and defines each year's theme.
The United States Breastfeeding Committee (USBC) stands strongly for all families and fights for their health, safety, and well-being. Breastfeeding is the nutritional standard for infant and young child feeding as recognized by scientific and health organizations worldwide. It is critical that....
I have a passion for promoting breastfeeding in a bit of a non-traditional manner. Simply stated, I love community networking and my experience has shown me that the partnerships that come from developing connections with others are a valuable asset in our work.