The Baby Fair is part of the ‘Lugotjwa Lusemanti’ campaign that seeks to encourage early circumcision of the boy child.
The main highlight on this day will be a fashion show, which will see pregnant women parading fashionable maternity wear.
“Often times, pregnant women feel like they’ve lost their sex appeal, therefore their style goes on a downward spiral too. The motive behind the fashion show is to display how pregnant women can still look good throughout their term of pregnancy,” said Bongiwe Zwane, PSI Swaziland Information Officer.
Due to popular demand at the previous trade fair, there will also be a sex scanning machine which will be available for the first 50 women to utilise.
“We urge mums, especially those who are pregnant and those whose babies fall under two months or younger to take part in this event,” she added.
She explained that PSI chose to host this event in a family friendly environment.
Everyone is welcome to the fashion show.
Not only will the mothers showcase their gorgeous figures, dads will also walk the ramp with newborns and share the joys of being parents with the guests in attendance.
Mothers willing to have their babies circumcised must come through because it will be done for free.
PSI further assured that there will be fun, learning and amazing testimonials.