Millennium Development Goals4(Reduce Child Mortality) and 5(Improve Maternal Health)      Public Affairs Manager          ...
The intent of the UN MillenniumDevelopment Goals is to focus leadersand organizations around the globe onimproving quality...
Challenges we need to face         head-onHow do we broaden the discussion so thatwe can truly have a long lasting impact ...
Source: UNMDG Report 010
Source: UNICEF Fact of the weekreport Aug 2010
According to World vision                            6
According to World vision Cont…                       7
Direct correlation between GDP and           infant mortality           Source: Gap minder 2010
And between maternal & child mortality            Source: Gap minder 2010   9
And between fertility & child mortality                                     10           Source: Gap minder 2010
Africa is still the continent of the future
Challenges with infant feeding• Fast dropping rates of breastfeeding in the first 6 months.• Sub-optimal infant feeding pr...
Decisionsaffecting achild aremade atdifferentlevels. Eachdecisionshould trulyhave theinterest of thebaby at heart.
How do we address these challenges?
Nestlé commitment to           breastfeedingupported by latest science, we continue tobelieve in the superiority of breast...
Capacity building• Build the capacity of healthcare professionals  in matters of Maternal and Child Nutrition to  address ...
Nutrition Education• Address the role of nutrition and its  importance as foundation for healthy  development in child hea...
Innovations• As the world’s leading Nutrition, Health, and  Wellness company we are continually  improving the nutritional...
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    1. 1. Millennium Development Goals4(Reduce Child Mortality) and 5(Improve Maternal Health) Public Affairs Manager May 2012
    2. 2. The intent of the UN MillenniumDevelopment Goals is to focus leadersand organizations around the globe onimproving quality of life for millions ofthe world’s poorest people.
    3. 3. Challenges we need to face head-onHow do we broaden the discussion so thatwe can truly have a long lasting impact in reducing infant mortality in Africa?
    4. 4. Source: UNMDG Report 010
    5. 5. Source: UNICEF Fact of the weekreport Aug 2010
    6. 6. According to World vision 6
    7. 7. According to World vision Cont… 7
    8. 8. Direct correlation between GDP and infant mortality Source: Gap minder 2010
    9. 9. And between maternal & child mortality Source: Gap minder 2010 9
    10. 10. And between fertility & child mortality 10 Source: Gap minder 2010
    11. 11. Africa is still the continent of the future
    12. 12. Challenges with infant feeding• Fast dropping rates of breastfeeding in the first 6 months.• Sub-optimal infant feeding practices or no breastfeeding and inadequate complimentary feeding.• Key information about proper feeding normally comes from the family and not a healthcare professional.• Limited trust about the knowledge and skills of health care providers in regards to matters nutrition.• Mixed messages around Infant feeding in the context of HIV and AIDS and the dynamic nature of HIV and AIDS.• Poor quality control of homemade complementary foods.
    13. 13. Decisionsaffecting achild aremade atdifferentlevels. Eachdecisionshould trulyhave theinterest of thebaby at heart.
    14. 14. How do we address these challenges?
    15. 15. Nestlé commitment to breastfeedingupported by latest science, we continue tobelieve in the superiority of breast milk.he WHO recommends exclusive breastfeedingfor the first six months of life, followed by theintroduction of complementary foods withcontinued breastfeeding for as long aspossible.
    16. 16. Capacity building• Build the capacity of healthcare professionals in matters of Maternal and Child Nutrition to address malnutrition and inappropriate complementary feeding practices.• Re-emphasis the central role Healthcare Professionals play in the interest of educating their patients/clients about the importance of correct nutrition prior to and during pregnancy as well as the first two years of infant life.
    17. 17. Nutrition Education• Address the role of nutrition and its importance as foundation for healthy development in child health.• Come up with interventions to arrest deficiencies in the diet of vitamin A, iodine, iron and zinc which are still widespread and are a common cause of excess morbidity and mortality. 17
    18. 18. Innovations• As the world’s leading Nutrition, Health, and Wellness company we are continually improving the nutritional quality and taste of our products, fortifying many of them to address the deficiencies of specific populations (MDGs 4 and 5).
    19. 19. Thank you
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