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Blessing Moms-to-Be: AfP and Malawi Project Provide Baby Packs at Kabudula Hospital

The expectant women at Kabudula Hospital with their baby packs

For expectant mothers in Malawi, obtaining the necessary items required for hospital delivery can be challenging, both in terms of availability and affordability. Recognizing this issue, Action for Progress and the Malawi Project teams decided to provide essential supplies for expectant mothers and the medical staff involved in the birthing and post-delivery care process.

Dr. Mackson Zephaniah, the Director of Kabudula Community Hospital, expressed his delight and gratitude for the packages brought by these organizations which comprised of baby hats, baby towel, umblical cord clips, lazar blade, sanitary pads and many more of such assorted items.

As the teams distributed the baby packs to each woman, the women erupted in a heartfelt song of appreciation. The excitement grew palpable with each woman receiving her package.

Members of the AfP team, including Wilson Tembo and Griven Kasalika, along with the Malawi Project team represented by Bryon Bhagwandin, his wife Sarah, and daughter Leila, were honored to participate in distributing the baby packs.

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