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World Health Organization (WHO) research indicates that pre-assembled, clean delivery kits with instructions for use could be a vital component in the reduction of neonatal and maternal mortality and morbidity due to cord infection, tetanus, hemorrhage and puerperal sepsis. In response, kabash Love Foundation have been promoting and supporting the use of clean delivery practices.
According to UNICEF, Nigeria loses about 145 women of childbearing age and Over 950,000 newborns per year from infections and complications associated with pregnancy and childbirth.

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Each year, 60 million women worldwide give birth with the help of an untrained traditional birth attendant (TBA), a family member, or with no help at all. Because of these circumstances, we empower TBAs with skills and sterile delivery kit to enable them take safe and infection free deliveries.

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Kabashlovefoundation conducted a community outreach in Kaduna, Ugwan Matari for women and children. Teaching home management of diarrhea, water and sanitation, first Aid management, free testing and treatment of malaria, case management of malnutrition, free counselling and testing of HIV/AIDS, ensuring referral and adherence to drugs.

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so KLF celebrated the international day for the girl child on Tuesday the 11th of oct 2016 at IDU KORO JSS Abuja. It was an interactive learning section for not only the girls but also the boys who had sisters to treat right and soon to be fathers to guide their daughters right. The importance of a girl child education cannot be over emphasized as its one if not the most important thing you could give to a child.

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Staff and management of Kabash Love Foundation celebrating as KLF turned four years old since its incorporation. We are grateful to our sponsors, partners, well wishers and every one who made it possible to achieve all that we have achieved in the course of our journey, we say a very big THANK YOU.

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Each year, 60 million women worldwide give birth with the help of an untrained traditional birth attendant (TBA), a family member, or with no help at all. Because of these circumstances, we empower TBAs with skills and sterile delivery kit to enable them serve their communities better. We provide TBAs with trainings on antenatal and postnatal care, signs of labour, stages of labour, personal and environmental hygiene, danger signs in pregnancy, knowing when to refer to health facilities, and the use of misoprostol and chlrohexidine intervention. #unicef #un #usaid #usembassy #savethechildren #notomaternalandchildmortality

CHANGE THEIR WORLD. CHANGE YOURS. THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING.