This photo taken on March 17, 2017 shows Maryamah Sudigyo, who was born prematurely, in an incubator in her home in Bogor. Maryamah is one of hundreds of premature babies born in Indonesia benefiting from the pioneering work of an engineering professor who is building incubators and lending them for free to low-income families in a bid to fill a gap in the healthcare system. Indonesia has the fifth greatest number of premature births of any nation in the world, at 675,700 a year, according to the World Health Organization. / AFP PHOTO / GOH Chai Hin / TO GO WITH Indonesia-health-technology, FEATURE by Kiki Siregar

May 15, 2017 12:52 PM (UTC+8)