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2006.11.17
NATS: “Five…four…three…two…one…” … And they’re off. More than three and a half thousand Filipina women gathered in the San Andres sports complex in Manila for a record breaking simultaneous breastfeeding event. A light-hearted spin to a serious problem – here in the Philippines around 30 percent of children are malnourished. UNICEF believes exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of a child’s life can improve these figures yet most women here don’t do it. Gatherings like this are important for women to share their stories. Here, Tess explains how she was able to return to work while still breastfeeding by leaving expressed milk at home for her son. Healthier, cheaper, tried and tested is the message the Philippine Government wants women to hear. Their challenge, with support from UNICEF, is to increase to 65 percent the number of mothers exclusively breastfeeding their babies by 2015 – to comply with the Millennium Development Goals. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Dr. Nicholas K. Alipui, UNICEF Philippines Country Representative: “We are working at the legislative level to change the rules and the laws to protect better breastfeeding. We are working to improve the administrative rules and regulations to allow the Department of Health, the non-government organizations and other advocates to play an even more active role.” *** Asset Name : UNICEF assists record-breaking breastfeeding event in Philippines Asset Duration: 02 min 02 secs Shoot City: Manila Shoot Country: Philippines Shoot Date: May 4 2006
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