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2006.11.17
Bantul hospital in central Java was the center for relief efforts after the May earthquake. It killed more than 58-hundred people, and injured 50-thousand more. Today, doctors don’t see as many broken bones. Instead, they treat babies that are severely dehydrated due to diarrhea. Senior Indonesian health officials say some of these cases happened after mothers switch to using infant formula that was donated after the quake. UNICEF is counselling mothers about the benefits of breastmilk and good nutrition. Dr. Brian said many babies lost out on the health benefits of breastmilk, and that’s especially dangerous after a disaster. Soundbite (Indonesian) Dr. Brian Sriprihastuti, UNICEF Health Officer: ”UNICEF promotes giving babies only breastmilk for the first six months of life, because it has antibodies that can help the immune system, and these cannot be found in instant formula.” After the quake, clean drinking water was also at a premium, and mixing baby formula properly was also a problem. Ibu Sukiarni had just given birth to her second child when the earthquake destroyed their home. They gave little Rosid formula. She said she was afraid she didn’t have enough milk, but Rosid got very ill. Now she’s trying to get him back to breastmilk. This health risk is just one of the many challenges for the families here in central Java as they try to rebuild their lives. This is Suzanna Dayne reporting for UNICEF television. Unite for Children. *** Asset Name : UNICEF advocates breastfeeding to give millions of children a head start Asset Duration: 01 min 58 secs Shoot City: Bantul Shoot Country: Indonesia Shoot Date: Jul 8 2006
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