Save the Children International has delivered 60,000 baby caps for children from Vahdat and Varzob
Save the Children International has delivered 60,000 knitted caps for newborns and children under five to medical facilities in Vahdat and Varzob.
This action was implemented within the framework of the project "Mather and Child Health". It symbolizes one of the easiest ways to reduce to decrease infant mortality, together with early breastfeeding and immunization. According to the standards of the WHO, babies should wear caps, because they help to keep a balanced temperature during weather changes.
The caps were knitted by volunteers from South Korea and transferred to the Save the Children International’s office in Tajikistan.