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“Breastfeeding a baby doesn’t require a timetable because it comes naturally. I think if a child is hungry, the time and place a mother is, does not matter.” Placidia Umulisa, Business Woman. “I have no problem with breastfeeding my child in public because it would mean taking her or his rights away if I wait to feed him or her when I get home.” Claire Mazin, Tourist
L-R:Placidia Umulisa ;Claire Mazin;Philip Murari;Dan Kaguta
L-R:Placidia Umulisa ;Claire Mazin;Philip Murari;Dan Kaguta

“Breastfeeding a baby doesn’t require a timetable because it comes naturally. I think if a child is hungry, the time and place a mother is, does not matter.”

Placidia Umulisa, Business Woman.

“I have no problem with breastfeeding my child in public because it would mean taking her or his rights away if I wait to feed him or her when I get home.”

Claire Mazin, Tourist

“I think breastfeeding is a beautiful thing and I personally find watching a mother breastfeeding fascinating. However, I also think it should be a private matter between mother and child. Imagine if you were told to have your meal at a bus stop, or in a market or on a bus home that would be uncomfortable, right? I also think it is good hygiene for the baby to feed in a clean place without people talking and spraying spit, some even coughing all around the baby.”

Philip Murari, Self-employed


“Breastfeeding should be done in privacy because sometimes the mother can offend people around her when she does it in public.”

Dan Kaguta, Graphic Designer at Brandsmart.

“Breastfeeding should be done in privacy because sometimes the mother can offend people around her when she does it in public.”

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