Babies born prematurely account for 12% of all under 5 mortality in Kenya. In poorly-resourced rural Kenyan hospitals, incubators are costly and unreliable due to power shortages. Healthcare providers advocate for Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) to reduce infant mortality in preterm babies. KMC is prolonged skin-to-skin contact between the mother and her baby that provides warmth, promotes breastfeeding, and reduces infections for preterm bubs. In the poorest rural areas, quality KMC wraps are expensive so women make do with alternative makeshift-wraps that are less hygienic and difficult to use. This project will provide sewing machines, tables and sewing kits to local seamstresses. The seamstresses will produce cost effective, sterile and comfortable KMC wraps that ensure preterm babies are secured properly, and are comfortable enough for mothers during changing and feeding cycles. The life-changing wraps will be sold at an affordable rate to new mothers in KMC units. This beautiful project will create a solution for prenatal care, as well as create economic opportunities for rural women. This project is to purchase 50 sewing machines which will be given to local women in Kenya to start their sewing businesses.