Alongside our partners, we are committed to developing and sharing knowledge in ways that make science and best practices accessible and applicable.
We invest in evidence-based tools and resources and contribute to the long-term discovery, dissemination and deployment of evidence-based knowledge. Together with a global network of leading experts, we are creating publicly available, sustainable resources and educational tools that help decisionmakers and practitioners apply the science of breastfeeding to community and country-wide strategies to support maternal and newborn health.
The PROVIDE Training Compendium was produced to help healthcare professionals implement lifesaving mothers’ own milk feeding practices for infants in intensive care worldwide.
EFBRI is a compilation of ethical principles to guide biomedical research in breastfeeding and lactation. Built on established international standards, it was created to streamline research processes for people working with breastfeeding mothers and children.
International health and breastfeeding experts present helpful resources and insights in the online events that can be applied in the daily work of health professionals, decisionmakers and researchers.
Becoming Breastfeeding Friendly (BBF) is an evidence-based programme from the Yale School of Public Health targeting data-driven, concrete measures countries can take to sustainably increase breastfeeding rates.
The INTERGROWTH-21st Preterm Postnatal Growth Standards and Feeding Protocol are globally validated growth standards, feeding protocols, clinical tools and practical training materials created to improve preterm infant health outcomes globally.
The evidence-based reference book, Breastfeeding and Breast Milk – from Biochemistry to Impact, presents a holistic, scientifically robust overview of breastfeeding and breastmilk key topics written by experts from a range of disciplines.
LactaMap is an online, evidence-based lactation care support system to help healthcare providers resolve breastfeeding challenges and ensure consistent care for breastfeeding mothers and their infants.
LactaPedia is a go-to source for standardised, research-based terminology for lactation, breastfeeding, and breastmilk, developed by The University of Western Australia.
A Resource Toolkit for Establishing and Integrating Human Milk Banks is a compendium of standards and best practices that communities can follow to set up and operate safe, high-quality and sustainable human milk banks.
Illustrations by Nadja Stadelmann