Missouri mom Jill Youse has made a difference for AIDS orphans in a very personal way.
|Breast Milk for Africa |
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|More than 12 million children in Africa have lost their parents to AIDS. Many of them are babies who are HIV positive. To stop the spread of the disease through breast milk, and to feed orphaned children, breast milk banks have been set up around South Africa. They depend on donations of milk from healthy, nursing mothers to feed the orphaned babies. Enter Missouri mom, Jill Youse. After giving birth to her first child, she found she had more breast milk than she could use. She talks with host Peggy Wehmeyer.|
|Follow the links below for more information:|
International Breast Milk Project
Breastmilk Put to Good Use