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Feb 26, 2019

Increase in Emergency Care: Saving Mother's Lives

Dear friend,
Thank you for your support in providing safe delivery for rural mothers in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. 

We are excited to announce that due to a successful project whereby we were able to increase the number of pregnant mothers who receive antenatal care and those who chose a skilled attendant for her delivery. 
HOPE Maternity Centers are 24 hours on call, providing: pregnant women enrollment for FREE care, counseling, postpartum care, providing supplementation, ANC home-visit, scheduling and calling patients for follow-up and visit reminders. 

All of these activities, particularly receiving proper education on safe delivery and care for themselves and their newborns, all encourage the utilization of a trained medical professional for the delivery. Particularly, if the expectant mother receives an ultrasound during her antenatal care checks and it denotes that she is bearing a high-risk pregnancy, the mother is much more likely to make the critical decision to receive the care she needs in a medical facility such as HOPE hospital. 

For those mothers who cannot afford the care she requires for a safe delivery, we turn to supporters like you who give her and her baby a fighting chance.

Thank you again!
Feb 19, 2019

Thank you for making our work possible!

"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.

Dear HOPE friend,

At HOPE hospital we are now having a Burn Camp providing burn surgeries to approximately 50 patients. 

Thanks to your support we are able to host renamed burn surgeons from ReSurge in Coxs Bazar and provide life-changing surgeries. 

Through these outreach activities, HOPE is recruiting new patients who are suffering from burn who we otherwise would not come across. As you know, working in the rural areas is difficult as distance prevents people from hearing about services that are available to them. This is compounded by the fact that many families fear the cost of medical care. It is important that HOPE staff interact with communities in a number of ways to let them know that burn care at HOPE is FREE of cost.

We look forward to these children receiving reconstructive surgery.!

Best regards,

Feb 19, 2019

Thank you for making our work possible!

Dear HOPE friend

We keep working to find those patients without access to medical care that are suffering. Always focused on maternal health, we aim to provide maternal care to every mother in need.

We bring the patient to HOPE hospital to make sure the mother + baby have a safe delivery and we take the patients back to their home after they are fully recovered. 

In HOPE Hospital we provide free Antenatal care, and Post natal care to the women. We are able to provide these services because of the generosity of people like you. 

Furthermore, now with the Rohingya crisis, the number of patients has increased and we appreciate your support more than ever.

We will keep you updated!. 

Very best,

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