The Family Larsson-Rosenquist Foundation operates according to a long-term strategy, guided by the overarching aim to help create publicly available, sustainable resources that advance breastfeeding knowledge and practices.
Critical to our strategy is the global network of leading experts and organisations we work with. Please take a moment to learn more about our partners - their efforts and dedication are essential to reach the Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition Targets 2030 of increasing rates of exclusive breastfeeding in a child’s first six months life.
If you have a compelling research or project idea that could further the understanding and appreciation of breastfeeding and breastmilk, increase rates of breastfeeding, and improve the health of mothers and children worldwide, please visit the Grant Application section.
The Family Larsson-Rosenquist Foundation was established in 2013, born from the vision of a world in which every child is granted an optimum start in life through the benefits of breastfeeding and breastmilk. Backed by sound science, its objective is to drive the changes in practice that will increase rates of breastfeeding, and improve the health of mothers and children worldwide.
FLRF furthers this objective by contributing to the long-term discovery, dissemination and deployment of evidence-based knowledge. With advanced understanding and the creation of publicly available, sustainable resources, governments, experts and healthcare systems can empower women, families, healthcare providers and communities to overcome obstacles and achieve their breastfeeding goals.
Simply put by the World Health Organization and UNICEF in their discussion paper, breastfeeding is a 'vital cornerstone of child health and survival'.