Every member of IBFAN ascribes to the Seven (7) Basic Principles:

  1. The right of Infants and young children everywhere to the highest attainable standard of health;
  2. The right of families, and in particular women and children, to adequate and nutritious food;
  3. The right of women to breastfeed and to make informed decisions/choices about infant and young child feeding;
  4. The right for women to full support for successful breastfeeding and for sound infant feeding practices;
  5. The right of all people to health services which meet basic needs;
  6. The right of health worker and consumers to health care systems which are free of commercial pressures; and
  7. The right of people to organize in international solidarity to secure changes

Ethical and Funding Policy

IBFAN Uganda and its members or affiliates does not seek or accept funds, donations, gifts or sponsorship from manufacturers or distributors (or their trusts or foundations) of infant and young child foods and related equipment and products.

Membership Form
Membership Type Student Ordinary Board Organisation (CBOs) Organisation (NGOs, Institutions) Organisation (Partner Agencies, UN) Life
Fee 50,000 80,000 100,000 500,000 2,000,000 6,000,000 1,000,000
Period Annual Annual Annual Annual Every Two Years Every Three Years Once