Emerson College

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Increase national breastfeeding duration rates among low-income women and women of color by designing and implementing an innovative approach to social justice-framed breastfeeding policy and technology development that elevates the narratives and addresses needs of vulnerable populations

May 1, 2017 - Aug. 31, 2018

Focus Area

Healthy Kids

Geographic Focus

Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Mexico

Amount

$158,527

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Increase national breastfeeding duration rates among low-income women and women of color by designing and implementing an innovative approach to social justice-framed breastfeeding policy and technology development that elevates the narratives and addresses needs of vulnerable populations

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Increase national breastfeeding duration rates among low-income women and women of color by designing and implementing an innovative approach to social justice-framed breastfeeding policy and technology development that elevates the narratives and addresses needs of vulnerable populations

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