Q&A: Review of breastfeeding literature

Dr. Miriam Labbok, Director of the Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and author of the Infant & Young Child Nutrition Project’s latest review of breastfeeding literature, reflects […]

Q&A: Integrating nutrition and HIV in Kenya

Stephanie Martin, IYCN’s behavior change communication specialist, shares the project’s experience integrating nutrition into community-based HIV prevention activities in Kenya’s Western Province. How is the IYCN Project integrating infant feeding into HIV programs? Last year, […]

Q&A: Responding to the 2009 WHO recommendations in Nigeria

IYCN’s Wasiu “Prince” Afolabi shares the latest on Nigeria’s interpretation of the November 2009 Rapid advice: revised WHO principles and recommendations on infant feeding in the context of HIV. After much debate and examination, nutrition […]

Q&A: Infant feeding in emergencies

In an interview with CARE’s Abigail Beeson, a technical coordinator, and Mary Lung’aho, a special advisor, the two provide some insights into the programmatic challenges and lessons learned from their time spent working to integrate […]

Q&A: New US food security legislation

Eric Munoz is an international policy analyst at Bread for the World Institute, a research and educational organization that educates opinion leaders, policymakers, and the public about hunger in the United States and abroad. Below, […]