Women and children are disproportionately affected by climate change, natural disasters, and public health emergencies in the United States as well as all over the world.

In times of crisis, equitable distribution of resources, such as lactation support and accessibility to human milk, is vital for public health based on breast milk’s ability to prevent hunger, stave off disease, combat malnutrition, and prevent young infant and child death.

We want to hear your story. Please share your experiences with breastfeeding & emergencies or disasters with the following questions.

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* 1. If you are comfortable, please provide us your contact information.

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