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First child born among Afghan special contributors staying in Korea

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Father B looking at his newborn child / Source = Korea University Anam Hospital

At about 1:30 pm on the 28th of October at Korea University Anam Hospital, Afghan Special Contributor couple living in Korea gave birth to their first child. It is the first childbirth among special contributors.

Mother A arrived in Korea in August with her husband B, who worked at the Korean embassy in Afghanistan. At the time, she was 8 months pregnant. After entering the country, Ms. A has been receiving continuous visits and treatment through the Korea University Medical Center Medical Support Team, and she gave birth safely at Korea University Anam Hospital.

Korea University Anam Hospital Obstetrics and Gynecology Professor Hong Soon-cheol (Director of Integrated Treatment Center for High-Risk Mothers and Newborns) gave birth smoothly. Professor Hong Soon-cheol said, “The mother’s health during pregnancy was not stable and it was difficult to give birth naturally due to the lack of amniotic fluid.

B, who became a father, said, “It was my first child, so I was very nervous and worried about the health of the child and wife. .

Meanwhile, this treatment was initiated by dispatching the Korea University Medical Center Medical Support Team from September, right after the Afghan special contributors started their stay in Korea. Medical support for special contributors in Afghanistan is the first full-scale social contribution activity since the official launch of Korea University Medical Center’s Social Contribution Project Headquarters. We are practicing love for humanity through our full support.


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