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Community Partnerships & Engagement

The HMI Community Partnerships and Engagement program in collaboration with the UC San Diego Altman Clinical and Translation Research Institute (ACTRI) aims to cultivate collaborative efforts among community leaders, community-based organizations, healthcare professionals, and researchers to champion equitable human milk access for all.

Community Collaborative

The Community Collaborative is a group of dedicated professionals and community leaders with the vision of a thriving community where every child and family has access to the benefits of human milk, supported by an inclusive environment that fosters awareness and acceptance of breastfeeding through a collective impact approach.

The Community Collaborative is supported by an Advisory Group made up of community leaders and UC San Diego staff and faculty who guide the Collaborative.


Workshop 3

Charting the Course: Advancing Infant Feeding Data Measures

This in-person gathering on April 23, 2024 brought together healthcare professionals, community leaders, community-based organizations, and researchers to collaborate and share insights on infant feeding data collection and standardized terms, opportunities for data collection, and how we can use data to increase equity.

Join Us in Building a Healthier Future

We invite you to join hands with us in creating a future where every child and family has equal access to the lifelong benefits of human milk. Together, through collaborative efforts and a commitment to equity, we can make a lasting impact on the well-being of our community.

Let's work towards a healthier, more inclusive tomorrow!


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