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Optimal breastfeeding of infants under two years of age has the greatest potential impact on child survival of all preventive interventions, with the potential to prevent over 800,000 deaths (13 per cent of all deaths) in children under five in the developing world (Lancet 2013).

” Breastfed children have at least six times greater chance of survival in the early months than non-breastfed children.

There are also millions more women working in the informal, seasonal or part-time economy who face even greater barriers to breastfeeding.

They need strong family and community support to manage the demands of work and breastfeeding their babies.

An exclusively breastfed child is 14 times less likely to die in the first six months than a non-breastfed child, and breastfeeding drastically reduces deaths from acute respiratory infection and diarrhoea, two major child killers (Lancet 2008).