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The Babament Program is designed to prevent all-purpose infanticide.

On May 16, 1996, the first life-saving incubator was set up in the country, in the foreground of the Schöpf-Mérei Bugost House and Maternity Center in Budapest. The Babament Program is designed to prevent all-purpose infanticide. It is not the job of a maternity center to come to terms, but to find the way to give a healthy, born-to-be-born new chance to grow in love. Therefore, we placed the incubator in front of the gate, where the mother, in her last care, could place her child without the light shining out. Twelve infant lives were saved by this day-and-day incubator over five years.
But even more dr. Gyamrgy Garamvölgyi, a director who organized a special service for the maternity center with her colleagues, engaged in a complex occupation of pregnant women who were in a state of emergency. To avoid unwanted, unplanned pregnancies do not end in tragedy.
Members of the team: maternity, neonatologists, neonatologists, psychologists, defensemen, social work to solve the problem of health care. The aim is to create conditions in which the fetus can develop healthy. It is a real success when a baby is born to a mother when a baby is born, and a relationship is created between a mother and her child so that the baby is not expected to grow up in a bloody family. If this is not possible, the team will arrange for the first time to abandon the abandoned children. Born and abandoned newborns, after the mother's resignation, as well as babies placed in the incubator, the FDRC
Over the course of five years, eighty-seven women wanted to hide her condition, but fortunately she turned to the maternity center for help, where she received distressed, distressed people from all over the country. Over the course of five years, more than sixty such women have been dealt with in the program. You can also call for advice by phone at 217-7174, called day and night.
They also help homeless but child-centered mothers in their search for a mother-in-law's place. Mothers who consider their problems to be transient, in addition to giving up their children, may ask for the baby to be placed in an infant home temporarily.
During this time, Schöpf-Mérei Bugost Kuhrhaz and Maternity Center celebrated Mother's Day with the inauguration of a statue of Béla Munnus. In the small foreground, a wooden baby-caring mother figure was placed where, five years ago, a baby-free incubator was placed.