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Kembara Kitchen co-founder Chan Yi Lin (right) said the organization would support mothers for three months.  - Picture via Facebook / YiLyn Chan
Kembara Kitchen co-founder Chan Yi Lin (right) said the organization would support mothers for three months. – Picture via Facebook / YiLyn Chan

KUALA LUMPUR, July 7 – More and more people are finding it difficult to get on with their daily lives to end the Covid-19 epidemic.

The last is the abandonment of newborns by mothers after giving birth in hospitals.

Kembara Kitchen co-founder Chan Yi Lin said they were alerted Monday by their partner Pertubuhan Anak Kami, who was rushed to a Selangor hospital for help.

“Immediately we sent diapers մեր milk powder from Pertubuhan Anak Kam ից from our Community Care Center (K3C) to the hospital.”

Seeing that this is a long way off, Kembara Kitchen decided to set up a foundation to help these babies and their mothers.

Speaking of: Malay Post:Chan said the hospital said they needed S և M diapers, baby powder and up to 12-month-old wipes.

“Although there are no preferred brands for baby formulas, we would appreciate it if there were donors who would be able to give us better milk as some of these babies weigh less,” he said, adding that preferred diaper brands or “Haggi” were Dryers or pets.

To help mothers stop abandoning their children, Chan said Kembara would support them for three months.

“The delivery will be passed on to the mothers when they are discharged from the hospital.”

“We also asked the hospital to give our numbers to the mothers if they needed them,” he added.

Kembara Kitchen founder William Chia said they have helped six babies so far.

“But there are mothers who have told the hospital that they find it difficult to pay for their discharge,” she said, adding that the amount of help sent would depend on the hospital.

“They asked us to send another batch on Thursday,” he said.

Cheah said they would prefer to send the items to Kembara Kitchen, given the current MCO.

“We work with minimal volunteers thanks to the MCO. Sending us the items we needed would save us the hassle of going out to get supplies. ”

Chan said each child who was discharged would be provided with 270 diapers and six packs of baby formula.

“If, due to logistical problems, donors are unable to send us the items we need, we will receive donations,” he said.

Donations can be made to Kembara Kitchen CIMB Bank account (A / C number: 8602542231) with Baby link.

Transaction forms can also be sent to Chan [email protected],

Kembara Kitchen will open its K3C from today (July 7) to Sunday (July 11) from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to receive donated items.

Kembara Community Care Center is located at Jalan Sungai Burung W32 / W 7, Bukit Rimau, 40460 Shah Alam.

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