Kill your baby, dump your baby ... or make sure s/he is safe and has a future
"When the girl-child that was buried alive,
Operating out of an innocuous detached house in a leafy cul-de-sac in the suburb of Petaling Jaya, OrphanCARE's mission is to get abandoned and orphaned children into suitable, permanent families as quickly as possible. It is thus not an orphanage per se, but more of a temporary safe home and adoption centre.
The mother leaves the baby inside the air-conditioned baby hatch. If she signs and leaves the consent form, it means that there is no need for a police report -- the baby can proceed immediately into the adoption process. (Not signing the form slows the adoption process down a lot, because a police investigation is triggered.)
Once the hatch is closed, it becomes locked (so that no-one else can steal the baby), an alarm sounds inside and the baby is visible on the television monitor. If the mother should change her mind, an intercom is available for her to talk to the centre staff.
The OrphanCARE baby hatch does not address the problem of inappropriate and careless sexual relationships, but it surely provides a better option than new-born babies being eaten by wild dogs. Who could argue against that?