Stop South Sudanese Moms from Dying in Childbirth

Sep 3, 2013

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Return on your investment
Return on your investment

You are saving lives of  Moms and their Babies!

Thanks for recent generous gift to Stop Moms from Dying in childbirth project. Your commitment to stop Mothers Dying in Childbirth is really appreciated by our board trustees, and those who will benefit most - off course the babies.

Also to  address these issues, the Traditional Authority passed a by-law requiring mothers to give birth at a health-facility with a Skilled Birth Assistant.

What is next? With your donation HopeOfiriha supplied the Maternal Maternity Clinic with the following items: 5 boxes cotton wool, 10 pieces Syringes & needles, and  8 birthing mats. A new order is placed with our supplier and is expected to arrive soon.

Since this project is still under implementation, we will be sending you the quarterly report. You will get to know what your donation has helped  impact and what has been achieved.

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Project Leader

William Logai Ochieng

Oslo, Oslo Norway

Where is this project located?

Map of Stop South Sudanese Moms from Dying in Childbirth