Kyaikto hospital pledges safe future for abandoned child

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Kyaikto People’s Hospital has made arrangements for the future of a baby abandoned by its mentally ill mother, according to the hospital. Born underweight, the baby is now over one month old and in good health thanks to special care from the hospital.
The hospital posted on Facebook on 9 February, when she turned one month old, that it had arranged for a safe and happy future for the baby named Ma Swe Nyein.
“We wish Baby Ma Swe Nyein many happy returns of the day on her one-month birthday. Although she has no parents, the doctors and nurses at the hospital are like second parents. We have ensured the girl’s safety, continued survival, and bright future. We wish you happiness, our daughter,” wished the hospital staff.
After giving birth to the girl at Kyaikto Hospital on 9 January 2024, the mother, who appeared to be mentally ill, left the hospital after saying she would bring her relatives from Kadike village in Paung township on 13 January.
If her relatives do not come back until the girl’s health becomes stable and safe, the hospital will systematically arrange for the promising future of the abandoned girl, the hospital has informed. — MT/ZN/ED

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