35-year-old tribal woman gives birth to 10th child on World Population Day

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Published July 11, 2024 at 3:06pm

Update July 11, 2024 at 3:07pm

    35-year-old mother from Baiga tribe gives birth to her 10th child

    New mother, Jugti Bai, had her first child at the tender age of 13

    World Population Day is observed today

In a significant and surprising event coinciding with World Population Day today, a 35-year-old mother from the Baiga tribe has given birth to her 10th child. Jugti Bai, a resident of Mohagaon, delivered a healthy baby after being rushed to the district hospital.

The new mother, Jugti Bai, had her first child at the tender age of 13. Her eldest daughter, now 22 years old, marks the beginning of a long journey of motherhood for Jugti. Her husband, Aklu Singh Marawi, and the rest of their family accompanied her through the laborious process.

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Initially, Jugti Bai was taken to Birsa Hospital, but due to complications, she was transferred to the district hospital. There, under the expert care of Dr. Archana Lilhare, she underwent a successful delivery. The event highlights the pressing issues of maternal health and childbearing practices in tribal communities.

This remarkable birth on World Population Day brings attention to the rapid population growth and the unique challenges faced by tribal communities in India. The Baiga tribe, known for their distinct cultural practices, often face limited access to healthcare and family planning resources. Jugti Bai’s story underscores the importance of addressing these gaps to ensure the well-being of mothers and children in such communities.

As World Population Day is observed today, Jugti Bai’s experience serves as a poignant reminder of the diverse and complex narratives that contribute to global population dynamics.

35-year-old tribal woman gives birth to 10th child on World Population Day

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    35-year-old mother from Baiga tribe gives birth to her 10th child

    New mother, Jugti Bai, had her first child at the tender age of 13

    World Population Day is observed today

In a significant and surprising event coinciding with World Population Day today, a 35-year-old mother from the Baiga tribe has given birth to her 10th child. Jugti Bai, a resident of Mohagaon, delivered a healthy baby after being rushed to the district hospital.

The new mother, Jugti Bai, had her first child at the tender age of 13. Her eldest daughter, now 22 years old, marks the beginning of a long journey of motherhood for Jugti. Her husband, Aklu Singh Marawi, and the rest of their family accompanied her through the laborious process.

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Initially, Jugti Bai was taken to Birsa Hospital, but due to complications, she was transferred to the district hospital. There, under the expert care of Dr. Archana Lilhare, she underwent a successful delivery. The event highlights the pressing issues of maternal health and childbearing practices in tribal communities.

This remarkable birth on World Population Day brings attention to the rapid population growth and the unique challenges faced by tribal communities in India. The Baiga tribe, known for their distinct cultural practices, often face limited access to healthcare and family planning resources. Jugti Bai’s story underscores the importance of addressing these gaps to ensure the well-being of mothers and children in such communities.

As World Population Day is observed today, Jugti Bai’s experience serves as a poignant reminder of the diverse and complex narratives that contribute to global population dynamics.

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