A new study on Ethiopia’s conflict-ridden Tigray region has come out with some alarming statistics. Babies in the region are dying in their first month of life at four times the rate before the war cut off access to most medical care for over 5 million people, according to the most sweeping study yet of how mothers and children are suffering.
More women and newborns survive now than ever before, largely thanks to better healthcare, United Nations data showed on Thursday, but a baby or a pregnant woman still dies every 11 seconds somewhere in the world.
The Government of Dubai Media Office on Twitter shared a post of babies born on the day of the historic red letter day. The media office wrote, “Astronauts of the future, born on Feb 9, 2021 — the day the UAE made it to Mars.
This Eid Al Adha turned out to be double extravaganza for Emirati parents Mouza Saeed Baani Shemaili (mother) and Abdulla Mohammed Saeed Alhumaidi Alkhanbouli (father) who welcomed their sixth child,
Children bring happiness and to have them on special occasions such as the Eid Al Adha in commemoration of Prophet Ibrahim’s (AS) willingness to sacrifice his son Prophet Ismael (AS), as an act of his obedience to God is the gift multiple times over.