Special Announcement



Below are events which you might find interesting. These events are organized either by our partners, our outreach programs or happening throughout the DC metro area.

December 12, 2019
Newborn Care Class & Basic Breastfeeding Class
IMF HQ 1--C- 731
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Certified Birth & Postpartum Doula Nathalie Grolleman is coming to the IMFFA to teach a class about Newborn Care & Basic Breastfeeding.
The class includes information about:
• Procedures following the baby’s birth
• Understanding normal newborn characteristics
• Bathing, diapering, burping, holding, and swaddling
• Infant soothing techniques
• Infant safety and nursery equipment
• Latching on
• Common breastfeeding concerns and problems
Open for IMFFA and WBFN members, their friends and spouses.
Attention: if your friend is neither IMFFA nor WBFN member, please send their name in advance for security reasons, otherwise they won’t be allowed to enter the IMF building.
Please RSVP or send an email to programs@imffa.org for further information and registration. For information about the class, you can reach Nathalie directly nathalie.grolleman@hotmail.com
November 20, 2019
Spring Book Sale May 22
Fall Book Sale
MC-C1 Cafeteria Corridor Washington, DC 20006
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Twice each year, the Book Project organizes a book fair where we offer for purchase used books in the areas of fiction, non-fiction, cookbooks, arts and crafts, history, biographies, memoirs and others. Proceeds raised from these book fairs are used by the Book Project to purchase new reference books such as atlases, dictionaries and children’s encyclopedias, which we include in our shipments of books to schools. Spouses (and their friends, if accompanied by spouses) can also visit the BP and purchase books; this is not just for staff only, please come and visit us.

November 12, 2019
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The MMEG Art and Craft Fair
The World Bank Main Complex
1818 H Street NW
Washington, DC 20433
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Shop for a cause!

Annual MMEG Fair is coming November 12, 13, and 14, 2019 -  10am 5pm.  It is MMEG's most important fundraising event. 15% of all sales support educational grants for women from developing countries. You will find beautiful handcrafted accessories, decorative objects, fair trade items and much more from around the world. Please visit MMEG for more information.

The fair is open to the public with photo ID.