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Human Resources for Care of Small and Sick Newborns: The role OF Midwives and Nurses in Protecting, Promoting, and Supporting Breastfeeding - Shared screen with speaker view
Janet Prince
22:27
I cannot seem to mute - have you done this automatically?
Patricia Gomez
22:53
Maybe one of the hosts/panelists can send my message above to Goldy. Many thanks🙂!
Goldy Mazia
23:27
Hi Patricia. Nice to see you again. I haven’t received any emails regarding that. Are you using my Save address? Gmazia@savechildren.org
Carole Kenner, COINN
30:19
Please put questions in the chat box.
Patricia Gomez
33:17
Thanks, Goldy, so good to be in touch with you! I just resent the email we sent to you at the address above, but perhaps you were on leave. I copied Neena so perhaps she can assist if you don't receive it. Again sorry for this during this great webinar but we are anxious to hear your thoughts about LAC participants in our MMH meeting! Hope you are well and take care.
Tara Gleason
33:48
Hi All, we suspect there may be an internet issue in Nepal as we cannot reach Dr. Srijana or any of her colleagues. Neena has agreed to briefly speak to some of the points Dr. Srijana was going to speak to but it will be shorter/abbreviated. We will aim to get a recording of Dr. Srijana's full presentation to share at a later time
Assumpta Muriithi
34:50
What is the content of the training of feeding infants with BF difficulties?
Ephraim Senkyire
35:29
which term is appropriate: kangaroo care or kangaroo mother care?
Tara Gleason
35:46
Dr Srijana is here! We are ok 😊. We will proceed as planned
Carole Kenner, COINN
36:53
Yes I saw her
Neena Khadka
37:17
Welcome Dr. Srijana, so glad you were able to join!
Theresa Shaver
37:26
Great welcome Dr Srijana
Carole Kenner, COINN
37:41
Hell Dr. Srijana
Serge UWASE
37:43
The Men's role is needed Pacifique? Thanks for the presentation.
Mediatrice Uwera
39:53
Experienced mothers can support more than anyone else as they give the real experience!Thanks Pacifique for sharing this!
Restoring smile Train
40:21
Hi there,
Emmanuel Nkusi
40:28
I am Emmanuel from Rwanda: The question to the organizer, is there any plan/ programme to enhance countries with difficulties healthcare system especially breastfeeding cases
Ephraim Senkyire
40:33
how did staff shortage led to lack of lactation?
Assumpta Muriithi
40:44
Beautiful case study.
Leah Greenspan
41:39
Incredible work being done
Leah Greenspan
42:55
I understand the staff shortage led to lack of lactation support itself
Ephraim Senkyire
42:56
how do we involve community health workers in breastfeeding promotion in setting where there is shortage of professionals?
Theresa Shaver
44:54
Wonderful presentation Pacifique!
Restoring smile Train
45:25
We are attending from Restoring Smile
David Gathara
46:19
A recent global survey showed separation of mother and baby plus delayed breastfeeding for suspected COVID-19 mothers in most LMIC settings. We need to continually emphasise on the need for immediate breastfeeding and rooming-in for all mothers consistent with WHO guidelines.
OCHIAWUNMA IBE
46:52
I will like to add to Ephraim's question with specific emphasis for sick ans small newborns. How do we engage CHWS to help support breastfeeding
Leah Greenspan
47:43
@David-that you for highlighting our need to continue messaging around COVID 19 and Zero separation and EEBF
Assumpta Muriithi
50:50
Is there an effort to differentiate BF and feeding BM with a bottle; from bottle feeding (with other milks)?
Restoring smile Train
51:06
Staff from Kadisco General Hospital Ethiopia attending
OCHIAWUNMA IBE
52:33
Slide is not advancing
Serge UWASE
53:33
Shortage of maternal leave ( 84 days) is too short. I suggest at least 6 months to encourage breastfeeding mainly in Rwanda. What do you think about?
David Gathara
57:54
What is the role of the extended family in supporting exclusive breastfeeding and how might we integrate them better. They sometimes play a role in enforcing inappropriate cultural practices leading to introduction of supplementary feeds
Leah Greenspan
58:20
Humor is an amazing way to teach everyone
Leah Greenspan
01:01:01
Humor is an amazing way to teach
Leah Greenspan
01:01:22
@David-that you for highlighting our need to continue messaging around COVID 19 and Zero separation and EEBF
Mamta Carroll
01:05:16
Dr. Srijana this is Renu Mehta from Smile Train. TUTH is a Smile Train partner. Would like to connect with you. Please share your contact details. I can be reached at rmehta@smiletrain.org
Patricia Gomez
01:05:16
Appreciate your comments about breastmilk expression - it requires knowledgeable support!
Goldy Mazia
01:07:13
The issue of incentives to health providers from labs producing artificial milks has been a huge challenge for exclusive breastfeeding. From sponsoring conferences, or gifts, trips, etc, providers continue to fall under the spell of this powerful industry. Could the panelists share their experiences in trying ro mitigate this challenge?
Tedbabe Hailegebriel
01:08:25
non nutritive sucking is also important in the baby's speech devlopment
Theresa Shaver
01:09:46
Thank you so much Srijana for a wonderful presentation!
Leslie Elder
01:10:15
Many thanks for both of these excellent country presentations. In Rwanda, how are the Expert Mothers incentivized? How do you envision encouraging mothers to sustain their roles as Expert Mothers?
Neena Khadka
01:10:19
Wonderful presentations Pacifique and Srijana
Mathieu Nemerimana
01:10:22
excellent presentations Dr Srijana. nice to see the level family members and fathers are involved, what have the challenges on that
Leah Greenspan
01:11:26
Amazing presentations, thank you for sharing all the incredible work that you are doing
Leah Greenspan
01:13:24
Safe breastmilk storage is essential for feeding all babies and small and sick
Biniyam Mekonen
01:25:32
Maternity leave here in Ethiopia is 4 months, ,which gives the mother plenty of time to breast feed, which is allowed for both government and private organizations
Steve Wall
01:29:53
Please note where the brief can be found,
Leah Greenspan
01:30:06
Thank you to everyone.