Dr. Shaha with the Vivekanand Hospital in Bamnoli presents a NICU Success Story.
Improving maternal and infant
Train & Help Babies Organization improves maternal and infant healthcare delivery in developing countries by providing quality professional development opportunities, resource support, and continuing education to partnering medical centers.
In 2019, 2.4 million infants worldwide died in the first month of life, according to the World Health Organization. Approximately 6,700 neonatal deaths occur daily and account for 47% of all child deaths under age 5.
These figures have improved over time but infant mortality remains a global concern, particularly in low and middle income countries including India, Ethiopia and several other African and Southern Asian countries.
Survival rates and healthcare outcomes can be improved with higher quality care, training and education.
Train & Help Babies Organization is a 501(c)3 volunteer-driven nonprofit based in Texas. We partner with medical centers in developing countries to improve maternal and infant healthcare delivery in the areas of prenatal and antenatal care, skilled care at birth, and care of small and sick newborns.
TAHB aims to provide quality professional development opportunities to healthcare professionals, offer resource support to its partners, and supply continuing education to medical centers to improve quality of care.
Learn more about us and our international partners.
Train & Help Babies Organization is dedicated to the partnering medical centers it serves through its unique “adopt a medical center” model.
Learn more about how we impact maternal and infant healthcare delivery through education, equipment donations, and quality improvement projects.
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As a U.S.-based a 501c(3) nonprofit, Train & Help Babies Organization appreciates financial contributions and the dedication of volunteers to support its mission.
Dr. Lade with the Vivekanand Hospital in Bamnoli presents a NICU Success Story.