At the ECPM congress, the Socks for Life statements were displayed on six eye-catching wide-screen ceiling banners with the size of 4.5 square meters each (about 50 square feet!) in the congress hall. The messages couldn’t stay unnoticed by the participants and led to many interesting discussions.
In addition to its usual booth, EFCNI also brought a themed banner exhibition to the congress. The banner exhibition was part of the Socks for Life campaign. In addition to the 11 banners also displayed at the jENS congress in Budapest, it presented the stories of 10 “Little Heroes”. “Little Heroes” are children who were born preterm and who – by telling their stories – show their individuality, the richness of their lives and why it is worth helping each child to the best start in life.
With World Prematurity Day just around the corners, we also took the opportunity to inform congress attendees about World Prematurity Day, ways to get involved and how World Prematurity Day and Socks for Life can be combined. To draw the attention of everyone to this special day, we created a video which was displayed in the entrance area and close to our booth throughout the congress.
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