Hope Foundation for Women & Children of Bangladesh

Providing health care to the needy in Bangladesh through setting up hospitals, clinics, and providing emergency medical transportation. Hope Foundation aims to serve anyone in need, especially destitute women and children.
Please Help 50 Children Suffering from Severe Burn
 
"More children in South Asia die from severe burns than from HIV/AIDS, malaria and respiratory disease" -ReSurge International. These children become disfigured, lose their ability to walk or eat, and drop out of school. HOPE is providing critical burn care through surgery and therapy to children who are helpless victims. project reportread updates from the field
Feed 150 hospital patients in Bangladesh
 
This project will go toward feeding vulnerable women and children in Cox's Bazar Hospital weekly. The support for this project will provide 150 patients who do not have the means to buy nutritious and delicious food. project reportread updates from the field
Provide SAFE Delivery for Rural Mothers
 
Obstructed labor is a direct cause of Bangladesh's high maternal and neonatal mortality rates. In rural areas, over 90% of women give birth at home, at the hands of untrained birth attendants. HOPE aims to give women with high risk pregnancies, safe delivery to save their and their children's lives. project reportread updates from the field
Support HOPE's Mothers' Clubs in Bangladesh
 
Mothers are crucial in promoting health within their families and for educating others. HOPE therefore established HOPE Mother's Clubs to do just that; ensure the spread of health education and prosperity of their families in the community. HOPE has established 38 Mother's Clubs in varying rural regions The Clubs meet once a month, and discuss the vital subjects such as: Diarrhea, Malaria, HIV/AIDS, Acute Respiratory Infection, Immunization, Nutrition, Family Planning, Safe Delivery, and more. project reportread updates from the field
Cervical Cancer Project in Rural Bangladesh
 
In rural Bangladesh there are no cervical cancer screening programs despite the fact that over 50 million women are at risk and 17,686 cases are diagnosed and 10,362 deaths occur per year. This number will increase to over 31,000 new cases and 18,000 deaths per year by 2025. Help HOPE provide cervical cancer screening to rural communities in southeast Bangladesh. project reportread updates from the field
Rickets Treatment for Children in Bangladesh
 
Rickets occurs due to extreme vitamin D deficiency. Hope Foundation uses health workers to conduct community surveys surrounding the rickets problem and teach prevention measures. We evaluate the case of each child suffering from rickets and treat them with vitamin D and Calcium tablets which are of a low cost. For advanced cases, we arrange for the child to be helped with corrective surgery. Please change a life by sponsoring a child. project reportread updates from the field
Help 50 Women Suffering from Fistula in Bangladesh
 
In this area of Bangladesh 90% of women give birth at home with no medically trained assistance. After being in labor for days, the prolonged pushing can cause a fistula (hole) in their urinary tract/and or rectum. Continuous dribbling of urine/feces 24 hours a day makes life a misery for these women. Abandoned by husbands, family and friends due to the continuous stench of urine these women live isolated lives. They don't know that surgery is available, and they can get their lives back. project reportread updates from the field
Give the Gift of Sight to Children in Bangladesh
 
This project targets to fund 50 cataract surgeries for children in underserved rural areas in Bangladesh. The cases will be selected during regular visits in the 10 Hope Foundation Health Centers. In this part of the world, children often go blind due to cataracts that are completely preventable. Hope aims to prevent blindness and treat cataracts so that every child can live a normal, happy life. project reportread updates from the field
Cleft Surgery for Poor Children in Bangladesh
 
50 cleft surgeries will be performed in November 2011, following our successful mission last year. Help us give a new life to children born with cleft palates. project reportread updates from the field
Train 25 Women to become Birth Attendants
 
Bangladesh has one of the highest maternal mortality rates with 95% home births.Training local women to become home birth attendants can help save lives of mothers and babies in rural villages project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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