As recently as 2010, providing HIV-positive mothers with infant formula was still the norm in many parts of the country. This was until a determined team of policy makers and academics from KwaZulu-Natal began advocating for the life-saving qualities of breast-milk, a call that began to reverberate at a national level, leading to radical policy changes aimed at supporting breastfeeding in the context of HIV.
Reports and Journals
Maternal and Child Health
Kwa Zulu Natal Department of Health
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)