Postpartum women are more susceptible to disease and infection due to the physical and hormonal changes that occur after childbirth. The health and wellbeing of a baby depend on good hygiene. Newborns are more vulnerable to diseases and infections because of their underdeveloped immune systems. A health campaign has been conducted in the Rangpur district by Amal Foundation and Savlon Bangladesh to support the health of new mothers and their babies. We want to express our sincere gratitude to the Savlon Bangladesh team for their considerate assistance with our effort.
Savlon and Amal Foundation Arranges Health Camp for New Mothers
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