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Preterm babies born in Gaya Niger are dying due the lack of fund to access basic healthcare
Global deaths of newborn babies remain alarmingly high, particularly among the world’s poorest countries, according to a new report published by Unicef. More preemies are dying each year in Sub-Sahara Africa even as child health improves overall. In general, preemies born in richer countries fare far better, but there are differences within countries. Babies born to rich families have a higher chance at survival the those born to poor or rural families
In sub-Saharan Africa countries, pregnant women are much less likely to receive assistance, due to poverty, conflict or weak institutions. Families already faced with poverty have to make hard choice win order to get the needed care for the premature newborn. In addition hospital in rural area are usually not equipped to deal with the healthcare needed save premature babies. Parents have then to travel hours or days to big cities in order to save their newborn.
These factors are causing major pain to mothers and fathers and reducing the survival rate of premature babies born in Sub-Saha Africa, specially in Gaza Niger.
Increase Preterm baby survival rate by ensuring access to best healthcare, equipment and personel
Preterm babies born to families who can’t afford healthcare and can not bear the extra cost of transportation the main hospital will be taken care of. Mothers and their new born will have access to trained nurses, free physician services, subsidized hospitalization cost. In the case the rural hospital would be unable to care for the newborn, fund would be made available for transportation to the nearest zone hospital.
Your dination will increase Preterm babies born in Gaya Niger chances of survival
More than three-quarters of premature babies can be saved with feasible, cost-effective care, e.g. essential care during childbirth and in the postnatal period for every mother and baby, antenatal steroid injections, kangaroo mother care and antibiotics to treat newborn infections. Your donation will also help provide counseling for mothers and families of preterm before and after NICU. By donating to this project and help establish Neonatal Intensive Care Units Fund and saving preemies lives
78%-Direct Treatment Costs Fund
19%-Transport costs Fund