This month, Rwanda joined the rest of the world to celebrate the World Breastfeeding Week (WBW). Premised on the argument that breast milk is an ideal and balanced food for babies, the WBW campaign seeks to increase public awareness on the importance of appropriate feeding practices. Society for Family Health (SFH), a Non-Governmental Organisation concerned with Social Marketing and Behavioural Change Communication in various health aspects, in partnership with USAID, fronts this campaign in Rwanda.
Elizabeth Buhungiro talked to Manasseh Gihana Wandera, the Executive Director of SFH about the breastfeeding campaign.
Read the full article on The New Times.
Society for Family Health is PSI’s network member in Rwanda.