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March 2021

Together, we can save newborn lives – won’t you join us?

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On 5th March, over 100 doctors, consultants and educators from the UK, United States and Vietnam virtually participated in our annual Volunteer Seminar. The main theme for this year’s seminar was Connecting, Sharing and Planning for 2021 and despite not being able to discuss face to face, there were lively debates and interactive discussions with doctors and nurses from all over the world on our successes and upcoming challenges in 2021.

 

Our huge thanks go to Phu San Ha Noi, our fantastic partner hospital, for hosting and providing us with the best technology and IT support for our first virtual meeting. Thank you to everyone who came and contributed to the seminar, you are all incredibly important to Newborns and without your unwavering support, we would not be able to continue to do the work we do.

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