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World Prematurity Day is observed on 17 November each year to raise awareness of preterm birth and the concerns of preterm babies and their families worldwide. Approximately 15 million babies are born preterm each year, accounting for about one in 10 of all babies born worldwide
The first international awareness day for preterm birth on 17 November was created by European parent organizations in 2008. It has been celebrated as World Prematurity Day since 2011.
Parent groups, families, health professionals, politicians, hospitals, organisations and other stakeholders involved in preterm birth observe this day with media campaigns, local events and other activities conducted on local, regional, national or international level to raise awareness among the public. In 2013, WPD was celebrated in over 60 countries.
So today, lets take time to think of our children, niecs and nephews, cousins who are born earlier than expected….
- Homemade Bread Day
- National Baklava Day
- National Black Cat Day
- National Take a Hike Day
- National Unfriend Day
For more guides for our expecting moms, go to this link:
They have just what you need to know when it comes to pregnant moms in terms of the food to eat and not to eat. Do check it out and spread the word to our families and friends esp your sisters, cousins, mum and aunt who are expecting. #WorthSharing