Maternal Health in Afghanistan

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Kanyaroo Care Boosts Sumral For Premature Babies

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of Kanyaroo care boosts sumral for premature babies At kenyatta national hospital newborn unit,mothers are busy breast feeding their infants.Their environment is peaceful apart from innocent cares that fill the air.the concept has benefits which include offering bonding for both the mother and the child,providing warmth for the child and lesening the dornation in which the mother and her child will stay in hospital This what is known as kanyaroo system has really helped many mother and their children.Mostly those premature born babies,this method have been beneficial to them as they can now grow and become mature babies. Read more.
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