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COVID-19 vaccination guidance

Up to date information for breastfeeding mothers about compatability of the COVID-19 vaccine with breastfeeding. The guidance, in the form of an infographic, was launched by the Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA), the New Zealand Breastfeeding Alliance (NZBA) and the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG).

COVID-19 vaccination guidance2021-04-06T11:57:39+10:00

World Health Organisation launches 2020 Report on the Status of The Code

A new report by WHO, UNICEF, and the International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) reveals that despite efforts to stop the harmful promotion of breast-milk substitutes, countries are still falling short in protecting parents from misleading information.

World Health Organisation launches 2020 Report on the Status of The Code2021-04-05T14:13:00+10:00

World Health Organisation launches 2020 Report on the Status of The Code

A new report by WHO, UNICEF, and the International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) reveals that despite efforts to stop the harmful promotion of breast-milk substitutes, countries are still falling short in protecting parents from misleading information.

World Health Organisation launches 2020 Report on the Status of The Code2020-06-03T14:57:44+10:00

Australian Bushfires Royal Commission 2020

A Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements is being held as a review of the management of the bushfire emergency over the last summer. ABA has submitted feedback regarding planning and preparation around the care of infants and young children in emergencies.

Australian Bushfires Royal Commission 20202021-04-05T14:15:26+10:00

Australian Bushfires Royal Commission 2020

A Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements is being held as a review of the management of the bushfire emergency over the last summer. ABA has submitted feedback regarding planning and preparation around the care of infants and young children in emergencies.

Australian Bushfires Royal Commission 20202020-04-30T12:10:20+10:00

COVID-19. Breastfeeding Information and Research Team, Australian Breastfeeding Association

COVID-19 is a corona virus, with much still to be learned about its transmission. Breastfeeding and breastmilk are well-known to be protective against a wide range of viruses1 and health professionals can confidently reassure breastfeeding mothers that they can continue to breastfeed.

COVID-19. Breastfeeding Information and Research Team, Australian Breastfeeding Association2021-04-05T14:26:07+10:00
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