Family Protection With Breastfeeding to Against Poverty : A Literature Review
Septiyono, Eka Afdi
Juliningrum, Peni Perdani
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Health cost became an economic problem. It adds the poverty people. Breastfeeding could decrease infectious morbidity, mortality maternal child and low-cost means of feeding babies. Breastfeeding hope dan helps contribute to poverty reduction. This article comprehensively summarizes and critically reviews the literature about breastfeeding’s impact on social economy. A literature review was extracted from five articles by review process and electronic search. It identified breastfeeding impact for maternal child health, and economic benefit of breastfeeding. Implementation of breastfeeding can promote family social economy, and against poverty. Governments and national organizations have responsibility to ensure resources for optimal breastfeeding.
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