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Background:Human breast milk contains a rich source of nutrition, which should be given to all babies. But in some cases when it is not possible, expressed donated milk is the second option. In developing countries, women are not aware of the donation of human milk and human milk banks.
Methodology: In the present study quantitative research study approach was designed. One of the experiementalresearch, that is pre-experimental designwas executed. The subjects were 40 postnatal women who were chosen by using the techniques of judgemental sampling. The structured surveyform and checklists were used to collect the data. The reliability of the tool was calculated by using Pearson’s correlation coefficient test, the results were 0.84, 0.80, and 0.94.
Result:In the current study paired t was used to check the significance between pretest and posttest results, t value was 1.78 at 48 degrees of freedom and the p-value was -1.58, these values are lesser than 0.05. It indicates that the intervention which was used in this study found to be effective
Conclusion: All health care professionals need to provide awareness on breast milk donation facilities available in urban cities and how it is useful for babies who cannot availof breast milk.