Next, Elizabeth W. Kimani Murage pointed out the factors that contribute to the poor breastfeeding practice in Kenya. Three methods was used to carry out this research. In-depth interviews, focus group discussion and key informant interviews was carried among parturiency women, laborer with good body condition, a person having authority in the village and well educated people in the society. According to her findings, we found that people actually know the best breastfeeding method but the knowledge did not take into their practice, resulting in the dissatisfaction of the practice of breastfeeding.
The most prominent of these factors is livelihoods, in which women return to work shortly after delivery and work long hours, preventing them from breastfeeding in the best way. Due to a variety of challenges, women in urban poverty areas face extremely complex situations in breastfeeding, and their circumstances often lead to dangerous situation. The government need to consider the macro-level policies and interventions of the society.