Baby dumping a serious social concern in Malaysia


Statistics indicate that a baby is dumped every three to four days, with two out of every three of these babies being found dead. — Positive Parenting

Cases of baby dumping in Malaysia, specifically among teenagers, are still rampant, even in 2020.

A more concerted effort to tackle this social issue has to start now.

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