Thank you for saving her life
Dear Donors, Friends, and Supporters,
This report will give you a true insight about the project and how it is changing the life of Mother and Children, belonging to Rural India.
She is Sitara, age 25 years, wife of Shyam, hailing from a small village called Bhogwar, Dist- Chandauli (UP). After the successful delivery of her Baby Girl, she is feeling very safe now. Initially, her husband was concerned about Safe Delivery, as the nearest hospital was more than 10 km away from their home.
Just after some weeks of her pregnancy, Sitara came across Meera, a Merry Tarang (MT) worker (Front Line Health workers, working under MerryGold Hospitals in UP) who was on her scheduled visit to the village Meera came to know about the new pregnancy case of Sitara. Upon meeting, Meera counselled Sitara about the benefits of institutional delivery, which comes with an added advantage of postnatal follow-up and necessary vaccination for mother and child.
That day, she introduced Merry Gold Hospital Network of Hospitals working across Uttar Pradesh (UP) to provide safe institutional birth that too free of cost. It was an easy task to explain this relevance to Sitara, but not so easy to approach her husband.
Her husband Shyam was having a misconception that if his wife would visit any hospital, she may get infected with some diseases as the nearby hospitals do not maintain good hygiene and Sanitation practices. Our MTW thoroughly addressed his concerns and Shyam was finally convinced for their child delivery at the hospital. Sitara enrolled for necessary updates and medical consultation from time to time until she delivered a healthy child.
Merrygold Hospital chains in UP are providing the best & affordable healthcare services to the poor and marginalized communities. This includes Counselling, Identification of new cases, linkages with social services, and transformational help for people living in far-flung areas, service delivery, etc. Advocating for Institutional Delivery encourages mothers to deliver their babies in an appropriate setting, where life-saving equipment and hygienic conditions can also help reduce the risk of complications that may cause death or illness to mother and child.
Through safe & normal delivery, Sitara gave birth to a healthy girl child named “DIVYA”. The couple was happy, as Divya is their first child and no issues were faced during the whole procedure of delivery.
Like, Sitara, there are many other women who need our support towards deliver an institutional delivery with free medical consultation. They need you at the crucial phase of their life, where a pregnant lady becomes a Mother.
On behalf of my organization (HLFPPT), I am taking the privilege to thank you all for your generous support provided under the project “Safe Pregnancy for 200 poor Women in India”.
So far, through this project, we have received donations across the Globe with a tune to USD 15598 against the set target of just USD 20,000/-. Help us to Help Them.
About the Project:
HLFPPT has partnered with more than 300 hospitals to provide safe pregnancy and delivery facilities to poor women. This includes medical check-ups, counseling support, medicines, tests, nutritional supplements, delivery care, etc. More than 600,000 women have availed services through HLFPPT hospitals.
This project is helping to prevent needless deaths of mothers by ensuring that at least 500 poor pregnant women are blessed with healthy babies. Given the key role that mothers play in the health of their families, the program is also contributing towards improving the overall quality of healthcare in the state-starting with one mother-baby pair at a time.
Know your Donation Value:
Donations towards this project can be done on a one-time basis or a monthly basis. For more details visit the project page mentioned above.
Note: Due to some administrative reasons, donations received for this project may not be disbursed for the next couple of months. The disbursement of the donation will resume back to normal, once the technical issue gets resolved.