IYCF activities: perspective in Bangladesh. Dr. S.K.ROY Senior Scientist, ICDDR,B & Secretary, BBF Dhaka, Bangladesh. Welcome to the World of Breastfeeding. IYCF in Bangladesh. survival nutritional status growth development of infants and young children.
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Dr. S.K.ROYSenior Scientist, ICDDR,B
World of Breastfeeding
of infants and young children.
- the nutritional status
-growth and development
-health, and survival of infants and young children.
Specific objectives achieved by 2010, are:
bar indicate year 1990 and bar indicate year 2000
Exclusive Breastfeeding Rates
Non NNP areas 60%
NNP areas 86%
Colostrum Feeding 90%
Baby Friendly Hospitals 498 (out of 550)
Maternity leave 4 months
Code for the marketing of breast milk substitutes Violation in place
Under 6 months 56%
Source:Surveillance study by BBF:2005
(REGULATION OF MARKETING)
ORDINANCE No. XXXIII of 1984
has been enforced.
on 9 July, 2001
2nd National Conference on BF & CF (IYCF)
Breastfeeding and complementary feeding: Cornerstone for National Development and the way to achieving MDGs
Excellence of Breastfeeding Exclusive Breastfeeding Complementary feeding Program issues on IYCF Staff Development Session
(IYCF, Code MSG).Breastfeeding and Infection/code Maternal Nutrition and BreastfeedinInfant and Child Nutrition
To review where we are on global perspective
with GO and NGOs over the last 13 years
Provided refresher training for 46 core trainers in 23 UZ
Provided training for 2265 CNO/CNPs on MSG
Oriented 27465 MSG members by forming 1831 MSG groups
Developed resource book and training booklet for MSG formationAction MSG
Caring practices Disease control