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FREE AFRIBABY NANNIES TRAINING

All Nannies, caregivers, drivers & domestic staff are invited to a FREE Babycare Training, 8am-5pm, Sat., 20th June, 2015 @ MRC Hall, LASUTH, GRA, Ikeja. Details: 08088647062
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VENUE FOR AFRIBABY EXPO 2015

The venue of Babies & Moms Expo & Awards is MRC Hall inside LASUTH, GRA, Ikeja. Date remains 12th & 13th May, 2015. Details: 08088647062
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170 BABIES IN PRE-XMAS AFRIBABY ABUJA BREASTFEEDING CONTEST

One hundred and seventy babies competed for prizes at the 8th PRE-XMAS AFRIBABY BABYCARE AND MOTHERCARE EXPO, which was
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2013 ABUJA NANNIES' TRAINING HOLDS IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER

It is the turn of Nannies and Caregivers in and around Abuja Federal Capital Teritory to be trained in 2013. According to the training schedule.....
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New Date for Babies & Moms Expo 2015

New date for Babies & Moms Expo is May 12&13, 2015 @ LASUTH, Ikeja, 9am. FREE GIFTS await u. Details: 08088647062
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“BABY DELIVERY: Nigerian women Need More Choices” – Irene Adeniyi

The first thing I noticed here in Nigeria is that women are not given many choices for the delivery of their babies. This gives me cause for worry. There are many ways to deliver a baby and a woman needs to know this in order to make an informed choice for a happier, safer and enjoyable experience.
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UATH Delivers Qualitative and Prompt Clinical Services – Dr. Peter Alabi

University of Abuja Teaching Hospital (UATH), Gwagwalada, is one of the biggest teaching hospitals in Nigeria, located 45 kilometres away from the Abuja city-centre. UATH is a baby-friendly hospital, a 350-bed complex with facility for expansion to 500 beds. It is a reference hospital that was commissioned in 1992.

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Tenofovir and Baby Size: The New Fact

Infants born to women who used the anti-HIV drug tenofovir as part of an anti-HIV drug regimen during pregnancy do not weigh less at birth and are not of shorter length than infants born to women who used anti-HIV drug regimens that do not include tenofovir during pregnancy, according to findings from a National Institute of Health network study.
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Talking About Parental Leave – Prof. Adelaiye

Parental leave is a mandatory employee benefit which provides paid or unpaid period off work/duties, to offer appropriate care for a baby, or make arrangements for the baby's welfare. Generally, the term “parental leave” includes maternity, paternity and adoption leave. These basic benefits are stipulated by law or statutes.
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Six Months’ Maternity Leave: Nigeria Can Do It – Gbenga Ajala

Breast milk is the natural first food for babies, it provides all the nutrients and energy that the infant needs for the first 6 months of life and it continues to provide up to 50% or more of a child's nutritional needs during the second half of the first year and up to 33% during the second year of life.
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