"For those who are high risk and high blood and gravida, it's too dangerous to deliver at home," Sarina explained. Eclampsia is a rare condition that affects pregnant women, but left unchecked it can lead to several complications including seizures, convulsions and even kidney failure.
The midwives urged Raina to come to the health centre where she could be treated and - if necessary - admitted to hospital. Luckily, they were able to bring Raina's blood pressure under control, and she gave birth to Ali within moments.
But the anguish wasn't over: they waited to hear Ali's first cry, but the baby was quiet and pale. Eclampsia can also restrict oxygen flow to the baby, so they had to act fast to save him.
"He still had a heartbeat," said Sarina. "I tried to suction, and give oxygen. Then the doctor said, 'Transfer him to the hospital'."