A study of infant feeding practices was carried out on a sample of 100 mother and infant pairs.
The results revealed that only 20% of mothers in the study currently exclusively breastfeed their babies.
The study also showed that mothers who are married and living with their partners are more likely to breastfeed their infants than single mothers.
Those with higher educational attainment resort more to formula feeding and mixed feeding than those with lower educational attainment.
The randomly sampled respondents will be asked by the researcher for consent and approval to answer the questionnaire until the desired number of respondents which is 100 is reached.
The opinion of experts will also be sought in this research to provide explanations regarding the respondents‟ infant feeding behaviors and practices.
Statements that are perceived to be factors that influence mothers‟ infant feeding decisions were presented.
The description of the type of infant formula given by formula and mixed feeding mothers will also be asked in the material.