3 ways to get breast milk to babies who need it

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    • Anna Coutsoudis

      Anna Coutsoudis is a public health scientist and a professor in the Department of Pediatrics & Child Health at the University KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa. She has done extensive research on HIV and nutrition, and especially in breastfeeding. She established the first community based breastmilk bank in South Africa specifically to provide donor breastmilk to AIDS orphans. She is now collaborating with the Department of Health and PATH to scale up of human milk banking in South Africa in neonatal intensive care units as well as in rural community based human milk banks through the GSK/Save the Children Health Innovation Award.