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Interesting videos of IBFAN work

IBFAN America Latina y El Caribe

Recorrido por el trabajo de IBFAN en America Latina y El Caribe

IBFAN History

Our History

All Focus Areas

Articles, publications and codex

IBFAN Resources

Social media, Websites, News/ Press Releases

IBFAN Funding Policy

Our financing policy and More About IBFAN


1.-Infants and young children  everywhere to have the right to the highest attainable standard of health.

2.- Families, and in particular women and children, to have the right to access adequate and nutritious food and sufficient and affordable  water.

3.-Women have the right to breastfeed and to make informed decisions about infant and young child feeding.

4.-Women have the right to full support to breastfeed for two years or more and to exclusively breastfeed for the first six months.

5.-All people have the right to access quality health care services and information free of commercial influence.

6.-Health workers and consumers have the right to be protected from commercial influence which may distort their judgement and decisions.

7.-People have the right to advocate for change which protects, promotes and supports basic health, in international solidarity.

State of Maternity Protection in 97 countries

An increasing number of women are entering the job market and they need maternity protection to make a balance between their productive and reproductive roles to take care of themselves, their children and their families…..

100 Years of maternity protection

IBFAN Position Paper on Maternity Protection at Work

This paper presents IBFAN’s position on maternity protection at work and the tools for advocacy needed to increase the implementation of measures
that enable mothers to participate as equals in the workplace while exercising their reproductive rights to breastfeed.

Breastfeeding after returning to work or study

Many women find ways to continue breastfeeding their baby. Employers and  course providers have certain obligations towards breastfeeding women to support your return to work or study.