La Leche League International


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La Leche League International

[lälech′ā]
Etymology: Sp, la leche, the milk
an organization that promotes breastfeeding and provides education about it.

La Le·che League In·ter·na·tion·al

(LLLI) (lă lā'chā lēg in'tĕr-nash'ŏ-năl)
An organization that vigorously promotes the advantages of breast-feeding over other methods of nutrition and alimentation in the infant.

La Leche League International

(la lā″chā) [Sp. la leche, the milk]
An organization whose purpose is to promote breast-feeding. Mailing address: PO Box 4079, Schaumburg, IL 60168–3243 (USA). Phone: 1–800–525–3243. Website: www.llli.org
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NASDAQ:KNTA) today announced that La Leche League International has selected Kintera's social constituent relationship management (CRM) system for its core member and donor management needs.
a leader in identity and data interoperability infrastructure development - have signed an agreement to jointly integrate La Leche League International's open source authentication and data sharing standards with Kintera's social CRM platform, Kintera Sphere[TM], enabling data to be shared between Kintera Sphere and other systems used by La Leche League International.
The Kintera Sphere social CRM system provides our organization with a single, interactive system to manage relationships with both donors and members," said Barbara Emanuel, Interim Executive Director for La Leche League International.
Our open source integration work with ooTao will enable La Leche League International to seamlessly share data between Kintera Sphere and its other systems.
La Leche League International is the world's most extensive resource for breastfeeding and related information.
La Leche League International is recognized by the World Health Organization and the American Academy of Pediatrics as expert in the field of lactation and mother-to-mother support.
La Leche League International also recently submitted its official 1993 Statement to the Executive Board of the United Nations Children's Fuod.
La Leche League International was fouoded on the concept of mother-to-mother support in 1956 and now has more than 3,000 support groups arouod the world and reaches more than 100,000 women each month.