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Mama wa mapacha watatu katelekeza watoto wote Hospital, anahofia malezi? Aliporudi kayajibu haya..

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Jeaneta Bente ni mama wa watoto mapacha watatu, alijifungua na kuwatelekeza watoto wake wote Hospitali iliyoko Jiji la Drobeta Turnu-Severin, nchi ya Romania.

Pic shows: The mother - Jeaneta Bente, 32. A Romanian mother fled hospital leaving her triplet baby daughters behind because she could not afford to look after them. Alexandra, Isabela and Cristina have been left abandoned in the maternity ward of a hospital in the city of Drobeta Turnu-Severin in south-western Romania's Mehedinti County for the last three weeks after their mother ran off. The mother Jeaneta Bente, 32, who is already struggling to raise three children, said there was no way that she could also afford to care for three more, and when she realised she going into labour prematurely and was having triplets, she decided to abandon them. The triplets were conceived without any fertility treatment making them a rare occurrence. Although she was not named by the hospital, the story made headlines in Romania and eventually be mother came forward, and explained her reasoning for abandoning her daughters. Despite being premature all three are in perfect health, and developing well, but doctors are worried about the lack of contact with their mother. In addition, without official permission from the mother, they could not even put the children up for adoption. However after she was tracked down by local media and confronted over the abandonment of the three children, she agreed to sign papers to allow them to be adopted, and because she is illiterate she put her thumbprint on the adoption papers. It means that they can now go to children's home and from there a foster family can be sought for their care. She said: "I hope people can understand that I just don't have any possibility to feed or care for them, but I wish them the best and hope they have a better life than I can give them." Remaining hospitals have reported an increasing problem with abandoned newborns. This year alone, 25 have been abandoned at the same hospital where the triplets were left behind. In almost every case, the mothers explained that they simply did not have the money to take care of their children. Local social worker Aurelia Ciresanu said: "The causes of abandonment are mainly a lack of finances on the behalf of the parent, although there is also a lack of accommodation or support from immediate family which is also often a factor." (ends)

Jeaneta Bente

Mama huyo alijifungua mapacha hao Alexandra, Isabela na Cristina salama kabisa japo watoto wote walizaliwa njiti yani hawakutimia miezi tisa… aliamua kutoroka na kukimbia Hospitali huku akiwatelekeza watoto hao wachanga.

Pic shows: The triplets were abandoned in hospital. A Romanian mother fled hospital leaving her triplet baby daughters behind because she could not afford to look after them. Alexandra, Isabela and Cristina have been left abandoned in the maternity ward of a hospital in the city of Drobeta Turnu-Severin in south-western Romania's Mehedinti County for the last three weeks after their mother ran off. The mother Jeaneta Bente, 32, who is already struggling to raise three children, said there was no way that she could also afford to care for three more, and when she realised she going into labour prematurely and was having triplets, she decided to abandon them. The triplets were conceived without any fertility treatment making them a rare occurrence. Although she was not named by the hospital, the story made headlines in Romania and eventually be mother came forward, and explained her reasoning for abandoning her daughters. Despite being premature all three are in perfect health, and developing well, but doctors are worried about the lack of contact with their mother. In addition, without official permission from the mother, they could not even put the children up for adoption. However after she was tracked down by local media and confronted over the abandonment of the three children, she agreed to sign papers to allow them to be adopted, and because she is illiterate she put her thumbprint on the adoption papers. It means that they can now go to children's home and from there a foster family can be sought for their care. She said: "I hope people can understand that I just don't have any possibility to feed or care for them, but I wish them the best and hope they have a better life than I can give them." Remaining hospitals have reported an increasing problem with abandoned newborns. This year alone, 25 have been abandoned at the same hospital where the triplets were left behind. In almost every case, the mothers explained that they simply did not have the money to take care of their children. Local social worker Aurelia Ciresanu said: "The causes of abandonment are mainly a lack of finances on the behalf of the parent, although there is also a lack of accommodation or support from immediate family which is also often a factor." (ends)

Baadae taarifa ya watoto kutelekezwa ikagusa kwenye stori za Vyombo vya Habari, mama akaamua kurudi na kuongea ukweli sababu iliyofanya awatelekeze watoto wake Hospitali >>>’Naamini watu watanielewa kwamba sina uwezo wa kuwatunza na kuwahudumia… Nawatakia kila la heri na ninaamini watakuwa na maisha mazuri zaidi ya vile ambayo mimi ningewalea‘ >>> hii ndio sentensi aliyonukuliwa Jeaneta Bente akijitetea kuhusu kuwatelekeza watoto wake.

Pic shows: The triplets were abandoned in hospital. A Romanian mother fled hospital leaving her triplet baby daughters behind because she could not afford to look after them. Alexandra, Isabela and Cristina have been left abandoned in the maternity ward of a hospital in the city of Drobeta Turnu-Severin in south-western Romania's Mehedinti County for the last three weeks after their mother ran off. The mother Jeaneta Bente, 32, who is already struggling to raise three children, said there was no way that she could also afford to care for three more, and when she realised she going into labour prematurely and was having triplets, she decided to abandon them. The triplets were conceived without any fertility treatment making them a rare occurrence. Although she was not named by the hospital, the story made headlines in Romania and eventually be mother came forward, and explained her reasoning for abandoning her daughters. Despite being premature all three are in perfect health, and developing well, but doctors are worried about the lack of contact with their mother. In addition, without official permission from the mother, they could not even put the children up for adoption. However after she was tracked down by local media and confronted over the abandonment of the three children, she agreed to sign papers to allow them to be adopted, and because she is illiterate she put her thumbprint on the adoption papers. It means that they can now go to children's home and from there a foster family can be sought for their care. She said: "I hope people can understand that I just don't have any possibility to feed or care for them, but I wish them the best and hope they have a better life than I can give them." Remaining hospitals have reported an increasing problem with abandoned newborns. This year alone, 25 have been abandoned at the same hospital where the triplets were left behind. In almost every case, the mothers explained that they simply did not have the money to take care of their children. Local social worker Aurelia Ciresanu said: "The causes of abandonment are mainly a lack of finances on the behalf of the parent, although there is also a lack of accommodation or support from immediate family which is also often a factor." (ends)

Ripoti za Hospitali za Romania zinaonesha kumekuwa na ongezeko kubwa la watoto wanaotelekezwa na wazazi wao huku wakitoa sababu moja kubwa kwamba hawana uwezo wa kuwalea watoto wao… Uamuzi uliofatia ilikuwa ni kuwachukua watoto hao na kuwapeleka kwenye nyumba ambazo wanalelewa watoto wasio na wazazi na waliotelekezwa.

Hizi ni pichaz za mazingira ya mama huyo anapoishi.

Pic shows: The mother's house. A Romanian mother fled hospital leaving her triplet baby daughters behind because she could not afford to look after them. Alexandra, Isabela and Cristina have been left abandoned in the maternity ward of a hospital in the city of Drobeta Turnu-Severin in south-western Romania's Mehedinti County for the last three weeks after their mother ran off. The mother Jeaneta Bente, 32, who is already struggling to raise three children, said there was no way that she could also afford to care for three more, and when she realised she going into labour prematurely and was having triplets, she decided to abandon them. The triplets were conceived without any fertility treatment making them a rare occurrence. Although she was not named by the hospital, the story made headlines in Romania and eventually be mother came forward, and explained her reasoning for abandoning her daughters. Despite being premature all three are in perfect health, and developing well, but doctors are worried about the lack of contact with their mother. In addition, without official permission from the mother, they could not even put the children up for adoption. However after she was tracked down by local media and confronted over the abandonment of the three children, she agreed to sign papers to allow them to be adopted, and because she is illiterate she put her thumbprint on the adoption papers. It means that they can now go to children's home and from there a foster family can be sought for their care. She said: "I hope people can understand that I just don't have any possibility to feed or care for them, but I wish them the best and hope they have a better life than I can give them." Remaining hospitals have reported an increasing problem with abandoned newborns. This year alone, 25 have been abandoned at the same hospital where the triplets were left behind. In almost every case, the mothers explained that they simply did not have the money to take care of their children. Local social worker Aurelia Ciresanu said: "The causes of abandonment are mainly a lack of finances on the behalf of the parent, although there is also a lack of accommodation or support from immediate family which is also often a factor." (ends)

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