Photo: Kenyan Hospital Keeps Premature Babies Inside Mothers Dresses Over Scarcity Of Incubators

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Feb 3, 2017 – Picture: Kenyan Hospital Keeps Premature Babies Inside Mothers Dresses Over Scarcity Of Incubators In NICU

Check out how some public hospitals are trying to keep premature babies alive in Kenya.

Doctors at various hospital in the East African country have now adopted Kangaroo style (stuffing newborn babies inside mothers’s dresses) to achieve skin to skin contact which generate heat.

The Kangaroo technique which was first introduced in Colombia over 30 years ago promotes intimacy between mother and baby thereby giving the sense of comfort and safety the child needs.

5 thoughts on “Photo: Kenyan Hospital Keeps Premature Babies Inside Mothers Dresses Over Scarcity Of Incubators

  1. This is really nice. The natural bonding is the best. Nothing can beat this. I love this. Soooo sweeeet. Am loving it.

  2. So na kangaroo de teach Kenya pipul something now. Kangaroo na animal weyris jump up and down inside bush o. How it take sabi something pass Kenya pipul? It mean say hope is not dey for Kenya o. Make all the Nigerians weyris dey there start to de come back o. Nonsens.

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