International Midwives' Day - May 5

One of the most exciting professions that exists in the world is without a doubt the midwifery profession. There is not a single boring day in this profession. Helping a new life to begin, for a baby to come out of the womb into the world, is one of the most amazing things there is if not the! It is impossible to argue that midwives deserve a special day.

The International Day of Midwifery was first celebrated on May 5, 1991, and since then it has been celebrated every year in over 50 countries around the world.
The obstetrician in the video in the link does a special ceremony for each baby born. 

The idea that a day should be held to honor and respect midwives was born at a conference held in 1987 at the International Confederation of Midwives in the Netherlands, with lectures that raise awareness of the importance of the profession, conferences where you can learn about the challenges of newborn work, small parties to lift the mood and gifts for midwives that show appreciation and attention.

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