Fostering Coalition and Networks
Coalitions and expanded partnerships are vital in successful public health movements including breastfeeding promotion.
Coalitions are useful for accomplishing a broad range of goals that reach beyond the capacity of any individual member organization.
Like a jigsaw puzzle, each piece is important, and only when put together does the picture become clear.
By working together, coalitions can conserve resources by reducing duplication and sharing expenses, foster cooperation between diverse sectors, and increase the credibility and often the impact of their efforts.
Who are some of your coalition members or collaborative partners and what do they bring to the table to remove barriers to breastfeeding?
Who is missing?