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Jan 2, 2020

Happy new year! We are thankful for you!

Dear friend, 

HOPE has Emergency Response/Mobile Medical Teams  working to train teams of 40 local health care personnel, comprised of doctors, nurses, midwives, medical students and village practitioners.

Teams are training for triage and mass casualty triage, first aid (including treatment for snake bites, expected to increase with flooding); treatment of communicable diseases, emergency childbirth deliveries and psychological first aid, and more.

These teams will help provide critical support during monsoon season, when heavy rains are expected to cause flooding likely to increase illness, injury and heavy casualties.

The primary objective of the MMTs is to deliver immediate life-saving health services and facilitate emergency referrals in the event of an emergency.

With rains starting to intermittently flood the Rohingya refugee camps, HOPE Foundation and other partners are further strengthening preventive and contingency measures to minimize the health impact of monsoons for the nearly 1.3 million vulnerable populations in Cox’s Bazar.

As part of the contingency measures, HOPE placed midwives 24/7 in all HOPE health facilities covering SRH needs for pregnant women living in the affected area. 

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Nov 26, 2019

Updates for you!

The Hope Field Hospital started small with important ambulatory services for primary care and reproductive health including diagnosis, observation, consultation, treatment and intervention.

Today, the hospital, is a place where livesaving miracles happen everyday.

Maternity services

This HOPE Field Hospital is the first field hospital for women (it is estimated that around 1M refugees are living in the Rohingya Settlements, 70% of them are women and children) staffed by national and international professionals.

The most important part of the maternity services is that this field hospital has surgical capacity.

24/7 Emergency Obstetric Care in HOPE Field Hospital for Women;

EmOC or emergency obstetric care refers to the functions necessary to save lives. 

These include:

  • Administer parenteral antibiotics
  • Administer parenteral oxytocic drugs
  • Administer parenteral anticonvulsants for pre-eclampsia and eclampsia
  • Perform manual removal of placenta
  • Perform removal of retained products
  • Perform assisted vaginal delivery
  • Perform surgery
  • Perform blood transfusions



Furthermore, pediatricians are specially educated and trained in diagnosing and treating illnesses in infants, children and adolescents.  Most important, this is a bargain by virtue of the illnesses and injuries that are prevented, keeping the child healthy potentially for a lifetime.

Neonatal care 

The importance of an onsite NeonatalCare Unit is key in delivering a healthy baby. Pregnancy and childbirth are important steps in any family's life. Childbirth, especially, is a complex process that requires a great deal of physical and emotional strength from both mother and baby.

The HOPE Field Hospital for Women provides around-the-clock care to sick or premature babies. 

All of this is possible because of generous people, like yourself.

 

 



Nov 18, 2019

Thank you, your support keeps saving lives.

Dear donor;

9 in 10 women in southern Bangladesh give birth at home, without any access to trained medical help. If something goes wrong during labor, a woman is at critical risk for developing a serious injury, or death. 

Injuries like these are preventable, but the health situation in Bangladesh is dire, with a ratio of only 3 doctors and 1 nurse available for every 10,000 people. Compounding this problem, 1 in 4 Bangladeshis live below the poverty line, and 70 percent of this population resides in rural areas. Many cannot afford health care, let alone transportation to reach it. 

HOPE mission is to provide essential, life-saving care to the community of Cox’s Bazar, through HOPE Hospital and our satellite clinics and facilities throughout the region. While we provide care to anyone in need, we focus primarily on the most vulnerable: poor women and children.

Safe Pregnancy Care 

In fulfilling its mission of having a healthy community, HOPE focuses its attention on providing women and children the necessary routine and preventative care for a safe delivery and post delivery.  HOPE believes that healthy mothers deliver healthy babies. 

We provide antenatal care, deliveries for at-risk patients, including emergency  C-sections, and post-natal care (PNC) every year for 1,500 women. 

Funding allows us to provide these important services, FREE of costs.

Thank you for making our work possible

 
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