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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

Nov 11, 2019

Saving mothers

Dear friend,

For most women, pregnancy and childbirth are extraordinary life events that bring about joy
and excitement.  However, in many parts of the world, especially in rural areas, like Cox’s Bazar,
Bangladesh, pregnancy and childbirth are events that can bring about disease, injury and even
death.  Without adequate and accurate information, complications in pregnancy and child
delivery are more likely to occur. 

To educate members of the community, raise awareness, dispel myths, and promote health, HOPE Mothers’ Clubs (MCs) were formed and have developed a strong presence in the area.     

You can see from the photo one of our participats in the meeting (along with some well-behaved children), about to start learning the importance of antenatal and postnatal care! These are just two of the many topics that our mothers are able to speak freely about in the safe and welcoming environment of the MC gatherings.

As a result, HOPE has been able to provide antenatal care checkups to woemn that did not know the importace of medical care during pregnancy.

Without your understanding and generosity, these Club meetings would not be able to take place!

Until the next meeting, we THANK YOU for your support!

Nov 8, 2019

Thank you!

Dear HOPE friend,

At HOPE hospital we will have a Burn Camp in late January 2020 providing burn surgeries to approximately 50 patients. 

Thanks to your support we are able to host renamed burn surgeons from ReSurge International in HOPE Hospital, Coxs Bazar and provide life-changing surgeries to many children. 

More children in South Asia die from severe burns than from HIV/AIDS, malaria and respiratory disease. After a burn injury, without proper care, these children become disfigured, lose their ability to walk or eat and drop out of school. This is the main reaso why HOPE is providing critical burn care through surgery and therapy to children who are helpless victims.

After the camp cmoing up we will send you more updates!!


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