12.5.2  Feeding infants and children from six–24 months of age

At six months of age all infants need complementary food in order to sustain normal growth and development. Appropriate complementary foods should be introduced at six months of age with continued breastfeeding. Breastfeeding should stop only when a nutritionally adequate diet without breastmilk can be provided. This is usually around 12 to 18 months of age.

12.5.1  Infant feeding during the first six months of life

12.6  Strategies to decrease transmission of HIV during breastfeeding