HUMAN ACCESS implemented two workshops for pediatricians and health service providers on breastfeeding advocacy and infant feeding, targeting 80 doctors and service providers in health facilities in Aden, Lahj, and Al Dhale’e governorates.

This initiative is part of the activities of the Social Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) program and within the framework of the Malnutrition Treatment Project, funded by the World Food Program (WFP).

In Aden, two workshops were held in order to mobilize and advocate for breastfeeding among pediatricians and health care providers, since breastfeeding is the lifeline of infants and young children.

It is urgent to support breastfeeding and infant nutrition, since these interventions are crucial for child survival and development, as well as protecting children from diseases and strengthening their immunity.