Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Help Mama and Babies Get Safe Birth Services #KanguMama #IC #ad

Are you pregnant or have you been pregnant? How concerned are you that you will have the medial care you need to help you throughout your pregnancy? What if you lived where you couldn't get any medical care for you and your unborn baby? Do you think that we should help pregnant women receive the medical care they need during and after childbirth? I had health insurance for my pregnancies but if I didn't it could have turned out badly for both myself and my babies. I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central and Kangu. I received a promotional item to thank me for my participation.
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Have you ever heard of Kangu? It is a non-profit organization with a big dream. What is their dream? Kangu's is using the crowfunding platform to help every woman in the world has a safe birth and help put an end to preventable maternal and newborn deaths. They enable donors to support life-saving health services for pregnant women and their babies in need, globally. Did you know that every day, 800 women, nearly 300,000 per year, die from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. Out of all these deaths, 99% of them occur in developing countries. 

Have you ever heard of "crowfunding"? Prior to this campaign I had never heard of this term. It refers to technology that enables individuals to come together as a community to jointly raise money for something they all believe in. Kangu's "safe birth" services refer to healthcare services (before, during and after delivery) that have proven to save the lives of mamas and their newborn babies. 

How amazing is this? Kangu offers safe birth services that have proven to reduce maternal and newborn deaths by up to 80%. I personally do not have any connection to this organization or one of the partnering countries but I am compelled to help them. When I was in college my favorite nursing rotation was with the pregnant moms, birthing moms and after care for babies. We do not know how lucky we are in the United States to have these readily available services even for people without healthy insurance. 

How about you? Is Kangu an organization you feel compelled to contribute toward? Leave a comment below and let me know what you think about the services available through Kangu.

Did you know that you can share all of this about Kangu to your friends on your social media sites and be entered to win one of five $100 donations on your behalf to a Kangu Mom. Isn't that amazing? Best giveaway ever! Enter below now through March 2nd.

Kangu - One Mama at a Time

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