Karin Community Initiatives Uganda

Mission The overall mission of KCIU is to provide access to quality health care and sustained livelihood programs.
Provide Ambulance Service to Postwar Health Centre
 
The project will purchase a fully equipped ambulance which will help transport the patients and their caregivers to and from their nearest health centres.
Provide health care to 15 villages in postwar Gulu
 
The project will work with 450 pregnant women in Gulu District in the sub counties of Bungatira and Unyama to accelerate uptake for post partum care, promotion of child health including early infant HIV diagnosis and care. Goal oriented antenatal care(ANC), deliveries in health centers, promotion of postnatal care (PNC), family planning, immunization and improving attitudes towards maternal and child health project reportread updates from the field
Providing Maternal Health Care to 60 mothers
 
The maternal mortality rate is 430 deaths per 100,000 live births. Uganda has the 32nd highest maternal mortality rate in the world. Women need better access to family planning, which would prevent 70% of maternal deaths. This project will provide access to care from skilled healthcare professionals, antenatal and postnatal care, improved general health and sexual health care, and increased knowledge surrounding warning signs of complications. It will reduce complications during pregnancies. project reportread updates from the field
Sensitizing 170 Gulu Women/men on Family Planning
 
Sensitizing women and men including the youth on better family planning project will reach out to twenty-eight rural villages. The project involves the sensitizing and training of women and men on better family planning practices, such as safer birth control methods, spacing births, reducing HIV/AIDS through the use of condoms. The program involves training local healthcare workers and laypersons to outreach the community. Recipients receive family planning birth control options and training. project reportread updates from the field
Supporting Safe Deliveries for Expectant Mothers
 
The population in this community is about 15,000 and 30% are of child bearing age. The distance to the next health centre providing maternity services is approximately 6 kilometres. We have had incidences where we had to provide three emergency deliveries as the mothers could not make it to the next health centres before the baby comes. We would be helping many mothers in this community by completing the maternity centre.
 
   

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