Mayanja Memorial Hospital Foundation

The Mayanja Memorial Foundation offers a range of health and education community based services in the Western region of Uganda. The Foundation directly advances the work of the Mayanja Memorial Hospital and Mayanja Memorial Training Institute, medical service and educational institutions respectively. Collectively, these institutions complement the government's effort to deliver high quality health services and respond to the increased demand for health professionals in the region.
Aug 15, 2014

Two students supported by Global Giving pass Exams

Early this week on monday 11th August 2014 the results from national examinations for certificate comprehensive nursing examinations were announced. Two (2) students supported by Global Giving were among those who passed these examinations. The two students are to register with the the Council for Nurses and Midwives. This will make them eligible to be employed by any health institution/project in the country (Uganda). The cumulative total number of students supported by Global Giving now stands at twenty four (24).

Thanks to Global Giving for enabling these 2 students to go through the nursing course. These students come from poor and vulnerable families which can not raise enough funds to meet the course fees. The support came at the moment they needed it badly. Had it not been support from Global Giving these students would not have completed their courses. It is our hope that the students will get employed and make their cotribution to their country and families.

Mayanja Memorial Hospital Foundation is very appreciative to Global Giving for all the support given that has enabled the 24 students to earn certificates in nursing. Thanks to all those who have made it possible.

Jul 16, 2014

List of poor mothers who were helped Jan-May 2014

Thanks to all who have supported us through Global Giving.

During the period January-May 2014 a total of eight mothers were supported to have safe child births. Four mothers had normal deliveries while 3 had Caesarian deliveries and one mother had incomplete abortion evacuated. The seven mothers travelled back home with healthy newborns in a country where the maternal and perinatal mortality rates are some of the highest in the whole world. The mother who had incomplete abortion was saved from complications which usually afflict women if no help is given in time. Women who had normal deliveries were discharged after one day while those who had caesarian deliveries were admitted for 3-4 days. 

Thanks to Global Giving.

Details are on the attached report.


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May 12, 2014

5 students supported by G. Giving pass Exams.

Five (5) students supported by Global Giving scholarships have passed national examinations.

The 5 students have rigistered with with the National Council for Nurses and Midwiives and are eligible to practice nursing.

This makes a cumulative total of  22 nursing students who have attained certifiicates with the support from Globing Giving. Three (3) students students supported by Global Giving are still in training and are expected to complete in the next 2 years.

Many thanks to all those at/through Global Giving who have made it possible for these students to earn certificates in nursing.

May they be be blessed more.

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