Safe sleep space for the baby
(up to 6-7 months)
Cardboard box that contains essential baby products to support expectant low income Peruvian mothers during infant care
Kirawawa derives from the Quechua words “Kiraw” - crib - and “wawa” - baby.
Kirawawa is a survival kit for low income mothers in Peru. It is a cardboard box that contains a carefully selected collection of essential baby products such as clothes, health products and toys.
1x Cardboard box
1x Mattress cover (waterproof)
1x Set of sheets
6x Socks pair
1x Mittens pair
3x Footed leggings
3x Wrap bodysuit
1x Winter set clothes
1x Tote bag baby
3x Burb clothes
1x Bath towel
1x Hair brush
1x Feeding bib
1x Drool bib
1x Newborn-size diapers
1x Scald cream
1x Hand Sanitizer
1x Baby cologne
2x Glycerine soap
1x Talcum powder
1x Wet tissues
1x Baby toy
1x Brochures and Parenting tips
Sleeping products. We provide a mattress with an attached waterproof cover and a 100% organic cotton set of bed sheets sheets and bed cover.
Hygiene and homecare products. We provide day-to-day hygiene products such as diapers, wet wipes, and scald cream. We also provide different bath products, such as shampoo, talcum powder, glycerine soap, a soft hooded towel and a thermometer to ensure a suitable bath temperature.
Babies change sizes during the first year and that’s why Kirawawa includes different clothing sizes made of world’s finest Peruvian Pima cotton. It also includes clothes for different seasons.
All babies need to play! Kirawawa includes the baby’s first toys that will help with their development.
Healthcare & sexual education brochures
We want to help mothers raise their babies. That is why we give mothers education brochures covering several topics such as: breastfeeding, security measures, sleeping tips, among others.
Check our brochures! Click here
For more than 75 years, Finland’s expectant mothers have received a baby box from the state that serves as a starter kit for their new baby. It's designed to give all children in Finland an equal start in life.
The box was only given to the mother if she received prenatal care from a professional before her fourth month of pregnancy. Encouraging good parenting has been part of the maternity box policy all along.
In 1938, Finland was a poor country and infant mortality was high, 65 out of 1,000 babies died. But the figures improved rapidly in the decades that followed, in 2013 Finland register 3 deaths per 1,000 births.
Box measures: 72 x 42 x 27 cm
Our box is made of simple corrugated cardboard and double plating with duplex
Mattress measures: 68 x 38x 5 cm
Our mattress is made of foam and the waterproof cover is made of linen.
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