Tuesday, July 7, 2009

A midwife feeds a baby with a mother's milk pumped from nursing mothers inside the Fabella Maternity Hospital, said to be the largest "baby friendly" hospital in Asia, on Wednesday June 20, 2007 in Manila, Philippines. This government hospital never allows infant formula milk to be introduced to feeding mothers and encourages them to breastfeed instead. The Philippine government has ordered the recall of millions of cans of infant formula made by U.S.-based company Wyeth because they may have been contaminated at a Philippine warehouse during a storm last year, officials said Wednesday.

No comments: