We are a non-profit organization that exists over ten years (now almost twenty), and we are here to fight for and to support all the mothers and their babies, to fight for their health by preventing birth defects.
What Is Our Goal?
Our goal is not only to raise awareness about these specific problems but also to educate the public. We want to help not only mothers and their babies, not only families and communities, but we also want to help doctors and researchers, to encourage them to deal deeper with these problems.
Meet Our Team Of Voluntaries
Doctors – in our team there are a large number of doctors who work in some of the best hospitals in this country and who through their experience and dedication support the work of this organization
Nurses – with a large number of educational programs, there are nurses who not only provide help and support to our clients but as other volunteers participate in the collection of positions
Students – In our team of volunteers, we also have a large number of highly dedicated medical students who are interested in dedicating their future profession to future mothers and newborns.
What We Do
Some of our responsibilities:
- Collect aid and funds
- We educate not only the public, but also the hospitals, doctors, and politicians about the specific issues of these problems
- We serve as a bridge between many state and non-profit organizations
- We provide health and psychological support to all pregnant women, mothers and their babies
Read The Latest Posts
Incubators are primarily used to achieve thermoneutral conditions for prematurely born children. Therefore, one of the essential criteria for translating from incubator to bed is the ability of the child to preserve body temperature. The baby is usually translated from the incubator, when its clinical condition is stable and when its body weight is from […]
Babies born before the 37th week of pregnancy are referred to as premature babies. It is considered that the 24th week of pregnancy is the earliest time when the baby is sufficiently developed to survive, but with intensive medical care. Babies born before the 24th week in most cases are not mature enough to survive. […]
Our annual bike ride For almost twenty years, every year in November, between 5 thousand and 10 thousand people gather across the country in order to participate in the humanitarian program and help us raise charity funds for all the mothers and their babies. Our non-profit organization is a host of a non-profit annual event […]