Resources

Within the New Zealand Breastfeeding Alliance (NZBA) resources are generally free of charge however some exceptions are also listed below.

For a full range of resources see our Resource List 2018

Please note, the NZBA charges postage and includes an invoice with internet banking details with each order. Orders can be placed by e-mailing info@nzba.co.nz.

Alternatively, post the order to the New Zealand Breastfeeding Alliance (NZBA) with a self-addressed, postage paid envelope/bag to:

PO Box 20-454

Bishopdale, Christchurch 8543

Overseas orders are charged for resources and postage. Contact the NZBA direct for more information.

26.09.2018

The Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding (2018)

This resource is intended for health professionals, and as an introduction to the release of the revised, “Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding (2018)”.  You may wish to use these as an education tool with staff, pending...[more]


26.09.2018

Being Baby Friendly

Being Baby Friendly replaces our Ten Steps Consumer leaflet.  It’s for mums and whanau; we hope it’s more user-friendly and focuses on what they can expect at your facility.  Please use these widely to promote...[more]


26.09.2018

Skin to Skin Contact - Kiri ki te Kiri Posters (A2)

NZBA has created three Skin to Skin Contact posters to display in your maternity facility or community space. View our posters here[more]


26.06.2018

Breastfeeding Journey Poster

Breastfeeding journeys are special, however long or short, and worth every moment. View our poster here [more]


25.06.2018

Celebrate Matariki

Celebrate Matariki with NZBA by welcoming women to breastfeed. Download poster here[more]


09.05.2018

Rooming In

This pamphlet explains the benefits of rooming in and how to do it safely in the home. Download a copy here.[more]


09.05.2018

Skin to Skin Contact - Kiri ki te kiri

This pamphlet explains the benefits of skin-to-skin contact immediately following birth and as a way to comfort baby and boost milk supply. Download a copy here[more]


03.10.2017

Breastfeeding a family affair in all cultures - poster

This brightly coloured A3-sized posters celebrates diversity and the important part whanau plays in supporting breastfeeding. View here[more]


03.10.2017

Breastfeeding protects against diabetes, heart disease and obesity poster

A2-sized poster promoting the benefits of breastfeeding to protect against lifestyle diseases. View here Postage:  $12.00 to send up to 10[more]


23.03.2016

Pregnancy Wheel

The New Zealand Breastfeeding Alliance (NZBA) Pregnancy Wheel (or gestation calculator) comes complete with the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding.


23.03.2016

Breastfeeding Wheel

The Breastfeeding Wheel has been designed for health professionals to use when working with antenatal women and breastfeeding mothers. The information on the wheel covers all topics necessary to comply with the Baby Friendly...[more]


23.03.2016

Skin-to-Skin “The First Breastfeed” DVD

This three minute educational resource shows skin-to-skin contact after birth and the progress of the baby to self-latch. The DVD is available at a cost of $15.


23.03.2016

Baby Friendly Community Initiative (BFCI) Pocket Cards

The BFCI pocket card is a quick reference guide to; the objectives of the BFCI, WHO/UNICEF International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes and the Seven Point Plan Free download:


23.03.2016

Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) Pocket Cards

The BFHI pocket cards were produced to give health professionals a quick reference guide to the; goals of the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative, WHO/UNICEF International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes, 10 Steps to...[more]


26.11.2015

National Strategic Plan of Action for Breastfeeding

The National Strategic Plan of Action for Breastfeeding 2008-2012 sets out a strategic framework to support the establishment of a breastfeeding culture in New Zealand.


26.11.2015

Innocenti Declaration 2005 On Infant and Young Child Feeding

In the 15 years since the adoption of the original Innocenti Declaration in 1990, remarkable progress has been made in improving infant and young child feeding practices worldwide.


25.11.2015

The International Code of Marketing Breastmilk Substitutes

The New Zealand Breastfeeding Alliance (NZBA) retains the World Health Organisation (WHO) International Code of Marketing Breastmilk Substitutes and subsequent World Health Assembly (WHA) resolutions (hereafter referred to as the...


25.11.2015

10 Steps to Successful Breastfeeding

Best practice is represented by The Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding (The Ten Steps), which were first published in Protecting, Promoting and Supporting Breastfeeding: The Special Role of Maternity Services - a joint...