‘Every child needs a family’


A staff at OrphanCare receiving a baby left at the hatch.

EVERY year, an average of six babies are saved in Malaysia through baby hatches - secure facilities for people to give up their babies legally.

Because the babies are put there by unknown sources, the infants’ background is also a mystery.

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