Breastfeeding Summit Held At CSFP [ Monday, 14th of April 2014 | 3 years ago ]
The activity was intended to re-establish the trend on breastfeeding, focus on its importance and make women more aware of their rights and privileges as breastfeeding mothers.
The summit also aimed to urge lawmakers to work for the improvement of hospital maternity policies and practices, support workplace lactation laws and establish breastfeeding-friendly healthcare centers.
Topics discussed during the meet were breastfeeding benefits for working mothers and employees, DOH guidelines on setting up a lactation station in private companies, and best practice sharing.
The summit was led by the city’s Council for Women that is currently headed by Dr. Leticia Yap who thanked the attendees for their presence and support.
On the other hand, City Councilor Angie Hizon turned over a freezer for use in the Breastfeeding Station at the City Hall.
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