TheAsianparent’s Project Sidekicks says that up to 30 per cent of stillbirths may be prevented if babies’ movements are tracked and results acted upon. Photo: Getty Images TheAsianparent’s Project Sidekicks says that up to 30 per cent of stillbirths may be prevented if babies’ movements are tracked and results acted upon. Photo: Getty Images
TheAsianparent’s Project Sidekicks says that up to 30 per cent of stillbirths may be prevented if babies’ movements are tracked and results acted upon. Photo: Getty Images
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Stillbirth: project to reduce number of stillborn babies in Southeast Asia is helping parents have healthy pregnancies

  • Project Sidekicks, launched by parenting community platform TheAsianparent, aims to reduce stillbirth rates in Southeast Asia by 10 per cent in three years
  • Deanna Lim is sharing her experiences as part of the project; her son Nathaniel was stillborn in 2016 following a complication-free pregnancy

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TheAsianparent’s Project Sidekicks says that up to 30 per cent of stillbirths may be prevented if babies’ movements are tracked and results acted upon. Photo: Getty Images TheAsianparent’s Project Sidekicks says that up to 30 per cent of stillbirths may be prevented if babies’ movements are tracked and results acted upon. Photo: Getty Images
TheAsianparent’s Project Sidekicks says that up to 30 per cent of stillbirths may be prevented if babies’ movements are tracked and results acted upon. Photo: Getty Images
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