New furniture for 24 maternities in Romania
A number of 24 maternities in Romania now benefit from new furniture, donated by the Pampers to the neonatology sections.
The neonatology section of the University Emergency Hospital Bucharest benefits from new furniture for mothers and newborns. Breast-feeding chairs, neonatal cots and wrapping tables are already in the maternity wards, available to mothers and their little ones.
The maternity ward of the University Emergency Hospital Bucharest is not the only one that Pampers supports, another 23 maternities from 18 cities of the country benefiting from the furniture elements that is so needed. Over 650 breastfeeding chairs, cribs and wrapping tables are donated by Pampers to maternity hospitals across the country.
Furnishing the furniture of the 24 maternities in Romania represents a local action, carried out by Pampers in the global campaign "1 package = 1 vaccine". During this campaign, launched in our country in April, parents from Romania donated packages of wet towels and diapers for maternity. They now arrive, together with the Pampers donation, in the halls of the University Hospital Bucharest.
Comfort for the mother and baby
"The furniture donated by Pampers helps us to ensure the necessary conditions in the salons. It is very important that the mother and the child benefit from all the necessary comfort even from the first moments spent together", says Dr. Adriana Dan, neonatologist primary doctor at the University Hospital Bucharest.
Nicola, supporter of the campaign "1 package = 1 vaccine", was with Pampers on the occasion of the donation made to the University Emergency Hospital in the capital. "I am very happy to participate in this event. I consider that, for any mother, the moment when she hugs her baby for the first time is unforgettable. Therefore, I support the efforts made by Pampers to ensure better conditions for the lives of children in Romania and everywhere, from the first moment of their coming to the world, "Nicola says.
Maternities from the cities of Cluj, Bucharest, Bistrita, Galati, Craiova, Satu Mare, Timisoara, Suceava, Baia Mare, Braila, Ramnicu Valcea, Targoviste, Sibiu, Botosani, Targu Mures, Brasov, Bacau, Constanta and Iasi benefited from the Pampers donations.
July 14, 2010