New ‘instruction’ video on Infant Feeding in Humanitarian Crises (Johns Hopkins University)

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GNC would like to share a video made at the Center for Humanitarian Health at Johns Hopkins University. It is a 50 minutes video on Infant Feeding in Humanitarian Crises and it discusses the following topics:

•            Why does infant feeding matter in a disaster setting?

•            What are the recommendations on infant feeding?

•            Why is safe and appropriate infant feeding so important?

•            How do breastfeeding practices differ across the world?

•            What are the warning signs for potential problems on infant feeding in a disaster?

•            What to do on infant feeding in a disaster?

•            When would you need to provide breast milk substitutes (infant formula)?

•            Barriers and challenges around infant feeding in emergencies (IFE)

•            Operational guidance on IFE for responders and policy makers

Here is the link where you can download the video:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/l42uaohe3mweaoc/moocPHHumCris2-IntroductiontoInfantFeedinginHumanitarianCrises.mp4?dl=0

You can stop and start the video any time and you can use it for training / advocacy sessions or to discuss the topic with health colleagues or staff from the Ministry of Health. There are plenty of different ways you can use this video.

This video was made as a part of a larger course (free and accessible through Coursera https://www.coursera.org/learn/humanitarian-public-health-2

 

New ‘instruction’ video on Infant Feeding in Humanitarian Crises (Johns Hopkins University)
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