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Speaking on the intervention of the initiative, she said the TBHI, which started operations in 2015 had assisted in saving the lives of 28 babies, saying between May and November this year, nine babies had been assisted to survive.
As part of activities marking this year's world premature babies day, TBHI she explained would unveil an app and a shortcode that would help in educating and informing challenged parents on hospitals with neonatal services for premature babies, their contact addresses, pointing out that this would help save time and resources of challenged persons.
Similarly, TBHI she added would as part of activities leading to November 17, light up some landmark areas with purple colours, including the European cenotaph amongst others, to be followed by a sensitization and awareness walk on Saturday morning, and a seminar, with the theme: Working with families in the care of small and sick babies.