Train and Help Babies Organization is contributing immensely for the babies born and cared in resource poor facilities of North Karnataka, India. What makes them apart from other organizations s that they are not only contributing towards infrastructure wise but also training of the Doctors and nursing staff by getting trained staff from US and improving the health care delivery for the poor and underpriviledged section of north Karnataka. Moreover it was not one time commitment, they are doing it since 3 years and are committed to continue for many more years to come.
The first 28 days of life – the neonatal period – is the most vulnerable time for a child’s survival. Children face the highest risk of dying in their first month of life at an average global rate of 18 deaths per 1,000 live births in 2017. Comparatively, the probability of dying after the first month but before reaching age 1 was 12 and after age 1 but before age 5 was 10. Globally, 2.5 million children died in the first month of life in 2017 alone – approximately 7,000 neonatal deaths every day – most of which occurred in the first week, with about 1 million dying on the first day and close to 1 million dying within the next six days.
How can you help?
Adopt a Medical
TaHB has been working with medical centers in India and we are already seeing improvements in healthcare delivery and outcome. We continue to provide our services through AMC model with education, training.
Through adopt a medical center model, we start the collaboration between the medical center and TaHB. Based on the needs of the medical center, we will provide medical equipment through funds raised.
You can join TaHB and contribute in many ways. You don’t have to be a medical professional. You can be an engineer, accountant, housewife or a teacher. You can join alone or as a group of friends or family.
0.748 million newborns die each year in India
As of 2015, 20% (1,201,000) of global under 5 deaths occurs in India, meaning that one in every 5 global child deaths occurred in India. 53% of these deaths occurred during neonatal age group. (Ref: Ind J of Comm Med 2017). Most newborn deaths are preventable by providing better quality of care.
Provide a comprehensive and efficient system for better healthcare delivery in India.
To sustain all efforts to provide the best care for all patients through education, skill straining and equipment donation.
TaHB philosophy is that healthcare delivery and outcomes are improved through education, skills training and necessary equipment donation.
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