Let's warm up premature babies in bomb shelters together
The war destroyed our usual life. Along with the conditions in which Ukrainian children are born today. Doctors emphasize that due to the previously unknown stress of expectant mothers, poor nutrition, lack of timely medical care, and infections, which are especially active in bomb shelters, the number of premature births has increased significantly.
With constant air raid sirens, medical staff is forced to quickly transport mothers and young patients to bombshelters. At the same time, it is extremely important for premature and underweight children to maintain a stable body temperature, because they cannot do it on their own.

There is a solution to maintaining the health of infants in wartime, but it is impossible without your help.

The Neonatology Department of the Kyiv Regional Perinatal Center works intensively and saves the lives of premature babies every day; women with complex cases apply to the KRPC, and the number of premature births reaches almost 20%. The department is in critical need of 12 warming mattresses to care for babies. These specially designed mattresses create a feeling of maternal warmth for the baby and replace warming incubators that are unsuitable for fast transportation. In the event of a power outage, they are able to maintain the child's body temperature for up to two hours.

The cost of one mattress is 1,600 euros. Together with our partners, charitable platform Kind Challenge, we are raising € 19,200 to purchase 12 mattresses.

Let's warm the babies in the bomb shelters together! Every donation counts https://kindchallenge.net/foundation/280-dniv
April 1, 2022
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