Search And Rescue Ship In The Mediteranean Sea – Pix: Nigerian Migrant gives delivery Aboard

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Search And Rescue Ship In The Mediteranean Sea – Pix: Nigerian Migrant gives delivery Aboard

A healthful baby Boy Was Born today , September twelfth, On Board MV Aquarius, A seek and
Rescue Vessel Run In Partnership among MSF & SOS Mediterranee.

He Was Born at 7:00 Am
Ships Time In worldwide Waters To Nigerian dad and mom, who’ve Named
Him Newman Otas. His mother and father, Otas & faith, and Older Brothers
Victory, seven, and
Rollres, 5, had been Rescued From An O

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A Healthy Baby Boy Was Born Today, September 12th, On Board MV Aquarius, A Search And
Rescue Vessel Run In Partnership Between MSF And SOS Mediterranee.
He Was Born At 7:00 Am
Ships Time In International Waters To Nigerian Parents, Who Have Named
Him Newman Otas. His Parents, Otas And Faith, And Older Brothers
Victory, Seven, And
Rollres, Five, Were Rescued From An Overcrowded Rubber Boat 24 Hours
Earlier.
 

Currently 392 People Are On Board After Two Rubber Boats Were Rescued
And One Transfer Accepted: 155 People On Board Are Under 18, 141 Of
Them  Are Traveling Alone – Without A Parent Or Guardian Accompanying
Them. There Are 11 Children Under Five And Now Four Babies Under A Year.

“I Was Very Stressed On The Rubber Boat,
Sitting On The Floor Of The Boat With The Other Women And Children”
Faith Recounts. “Panicking That I Would Go Into Labour. I Could Feel My
Baby Moving,
He Would Move Down And Then Move Back Up Again. I Had Been Having
Contractions For Three Days.”
MSF Midwife Jonquil Nicholl, Who Delivered The Baby Said:  “A Very Normal Birth
In Dangerously Abnormal Conditions. I Am Filled With Horror At The
Thought Of What Would Have Happened If This Baby Had Arrived 24 Hours
Earlier; In That Unseaworthy Rubber Boat, With Fuel On The Bottom Where
The Women Sit, Crammed In With No Space To Move, At The Mercy Of The
Sea,”
And 48 Hours Previously They Were Waiting On A Beach In Jakophiteya Not Knowing What Was Ahead Of Them.

“How Can This Still This Still Happen In 2016? That Families,
Vulnerable People, Pregnant Women, Tiny Babies And Unborn Babies Are
Forced To Risk Their Lives In The Mediterranean Sea When They Should Be
Receiving Assistance And Protection” She Added.



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Search And Rescue Ship In The Mediteranean Sea – Pix: Nigerian Migrant gives delivery Aboard

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