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Mothers need support from the people and organizations they interact with to meet their breastfeeding goals. States can use this Report Card and previous year's Report Cards to track progress, identify the areas where mothers need more support, and work within their communities to better protect, promote and support breastfeeding mothers.

  • NH Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding Online Curriculum
    15 hour Online Breastfeeding Curriculum* available to meet Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Requirements. Low cost hospital and individual subscriptions available. This course provides the required 15 hour didactic component of the 20 hour World Health Organization/UNICEF Breastfeeding Promotion and Support in a Baby-Friendly Hospital course. The 5 hour clinical competency course with nursing contact hours is also available. (see below)
    * This Continuing Nursing Education Activity was approved by the Northeast Multistate Division Association, an Accredited Approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
  • Five Hour Skills Days Sessions for Hospital Staff Nurses
    Meets requirements set forth by Baby-FriendlyTMUSA for designation or re-designation as a Baby-FriendlyTM Hospital.
    Contact information:
  • New Hampshire WIC Nutrition Program Breastfeeding Coordinators & Contacts
  • Bella Breastfeeding - Provider Training is a peer-reviewed online course on OPENPediatrics, a free web-based learning platform designed for health care professionals. The purpose of this course is to fulfill the 3 hr requirement for provider education (Physicians, CNM, PA, APRN) as outlined in the Baby-Friendly USA Guideline and Evaluation Criteria manual. CME pending. REGISTER HERE, then search for "breastfeeding" or "bella".
  • The Landscape of Breastfeeding Support


    Healthy People 2030 Breastfeeding Objectives* Baseline Target
    Increase the proportion of infants who are breastfed exclusively through 6 months of age. 24.9%** 42.4%
    Increase the proportion of infants who are breastfed at 1 year. 35.9%** 54.1%
    * Healthy People 2030 Breastfeeding Objectives (External Link)
    ** Baseline rates represent infants born in 2015, National Immunization Survey.


    CDC 2020 Breastfeeding Report Card (PDF)

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