Sep 7, 2021

Reducing the Maternal Mortality Rate in Bangladesh

Dear HOPE friend,

We are still fighting the COVID-19 virus in Bangladesh. 

We are truly grateful that you supported us along the way to keep our health facilities open and providing maternal healthcare.

Without your support, expecting mothers would not have been able to give birth in a safe environment with the ability to address any complications that might arise and consequently save the mother and newborn from danger. 

Your generosity has helped many women, allowing them to receive quality healthcare by qualified HOPE midwives, who are passionate about maternal care and currently fighting at the forefront of the pandemic.

We keep facing a challenging situation as you probably know because COVID-19 is even more dangerous to the people living in underdeveloped countries as they don't have access to resources to fight back.

Therefore, we are utilizing all our limited resources to ensure that our patients, as well as HOPE staff, are kept safe.

All the midwives, doctors, and other staff in HOPE facilities are provided with extra Personal Protective Equipment, and they all were carefully trained in Infectious Diseases Control to minimize the spread of any virus.

We even opened two 50-bed COVID-19 Units to treat specific COVID-19 patients separately.

We are strong, doing everything we can to take care of the people in need of essential/lifesaving medical care.

Again, we are very thankful for your support in making these activities possible. 

Blessings to you and yours,

Sep 7, 2021

Reducing the maternal mortality rate in Bangladesh

Dear HOPE friend,

Thank you for trusting the power of community education. 

The Mothers Club is an essential tool to educate the community about the importance of maternal health care and the COVID-19 virus; how the virus spreads, and how to protect each other to minimize its consequences

It's the perfect meeting for engaging with the community and spread educational messages about best hygienic practices, such as the importance of handwashing. 

Unfortunately, the population we serve doesn't have any other reliable source of information as they live in rural remote areas. We are still focused on training about infection control, together with the distribution of masks and water purification tablets.

For pregnant women, as they are more vulnerable in these difficult times, we have a special package that also includes prenatal vitamins and super-food.

But don't worry, we take our job seriously, therefore we took all the necessary measurements to provide a safe environment for these important meetings to happen. 

Thank you for your support, without you this wouldnt be possible.

Sincerly,

Aug 16, 2021

Thank you for your support. COVID-19 wont stop us.

Dear HOPE friend,

We keep facing a challenging situation with the consequences of the third COVID-19 wave striking Bangladesh. We fear that Bangladesh will face severe consequences from this pandemic as the country struggles to get vaccinate the populations. Therefore, we are working harder than ever.

As you know COVID-19 is even more dangerous to people living in underdeveloped countries as they don't have the resources to fight back the virus.

Therefore, we are utilizing all our resources to ensure that our patients, as well as, HOPE staff are keeping safe.

All the midwives in HOPE facilities, and the entire team, are provided with extra Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and extra trained in Infectious Diseases Control to minimize the spread of any virus. We also open areas to treat specific COVID-19 patients separately to avoid cross-contamination.

We are strong, doing everything we can to take care of the people in need of essential/lifesaving medical care.

We are very thankful for your support to make this type of activity possible. Please keep us in your prayers, we will do the same. 

Together we are stronger! 

 
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