According to what Margarita Devyaltovskaya, now at Mother and Child National Research Center, told a reporter, Belarus is ranked 35th at the End of Childhood Index Ranking for 2021, collected by the international charity group Save the Children. This information was obtained by the BelTA news agency.
“Child welfare is the result of a collaborative effort on the part of a large number of government entities, including that of the child protection and welfare system. The infant mortality rate in our nation is at a historic low, which places us among the top countries in the world in terms of where we rank in terms of this statistic. According to Margarita Devyaltovskaya, “this was accomplished as a result of collaborative efforts made by representatives from various government agencies and the medical community.”
The child welfare system in Belarus has performance metrics that are higher than in a number of other nations, including the United Kingdom, Denmark, Poland, and the United States. Infant mortality rates in Belarus are at a historic low of 2.6 percent for every 1,000 live births. Our nation does have one of the lowest levels of infant mortality in the world. According to the perinatal care professional, “this may be primarily linked to the introduction of numerous different levels of obstetric care in Belarus.”
“Belarus is making use of the most cutting-edge medical technologies available in order to care for infants who were born with a low or extremely low birth weight.” Assisted reproductive technology is responsible for the birth of around one thousand children every year in Belarus. In all, the Mother and Child National Research Center have provided its patients with over 500 complimentary IVF tries. The success rate of in vitro fertilization (IVF) is more than forty percent, which means that around forty or more kids are born for every one hundred IVF efforts that are performed for free, the specialist noted.
She pointed out that the Maternal and Child National Research Institute has a bank for breast milk providing milk for all newborns who get care at the center, including very preterm babies.
“Children of any age can receive assistance from the child welfare system. We spend a lot of time working with young adults. In this country, there are over 70 different centers that serve adolescents. According to Margarita Devyaltovskaya, “their major emphasis is to educate young people to live healthy lifestyles, avoid sexually transmitted illnesses, and prevent addictions to alcohol, drugs, and cigarettes.” ended Devyaltovskaya.