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Jan 20, 2017

Nursing Library in Myanmar

Global Health Charities would like to thank you for your donation to pay for needed books for the American Nursing Institutes (ANI)'s library. Specific needed titles were selected by our Dean of Students in Mandalay. These books will be put to use by nursing students at ANI-Mandalay for years to come. As we noted in our program description, these books are very hard to come by in Mandalay, so your gift will make a big impact on the education of ANI students.

We were fortunate as an outside donor made a final donation to cover the remaining balance after our Global Giving campaign, so the entire library program is now funded. Thank you for your support in making this happen!

Again, Patricia Williams, founder of the American Nursing Institute, thanks you for supporting the education of nurses in Myanmar.

Warmest regards,

Susan McAdams

GHC Executive Director

 

Patricia Williams

GHC Founder

ANI Founder and President

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Jan 20, 2017

You helped make this happen!

Infant in Uganda
Infant in Uganda

Dear GHC donor,

The first donation of this campaign came in on September 20, 2016. It is now just four months later, and what a difference YOUR DONATIONS in that timeframe have made!

You have been part of a group that has donated $2,750 towards the provision of Clean Birth Kits.

Here is how we used that funding (along with support from other partners/donors): From that first donation to today, we have assembled over 2,000 Clean Birth Kits with valued corporate, healthcare and academic partners, which will touch 4,000 lives. With HKS Architects, we have distributed 1,000 kits to Kachumbala Clinic in Uganda. We have distributed 550 kits to eleven maternity clinics in Nigeria through the Daughters of Charity. We have provided 700 kits to the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS) to be used by mothers in Syria and surrounding areas of need.

Earl Bridges, GHC Board Member, helped deliver 1,000 Clean Birth Kits to Kachumbala Clinic in Uganda with members from HKS Architects, who sponsored an assembly at their headquarters in Dallas. He said when meeting with mothers and traditional birth attendants, he was told that these kits were precious, that once pregnant women received them, they were carried everywhere they went, understanding that they were not just plastic bags with supplies, but lifesaving kits that could serve as the key between life and death in certain situations.

Please help us as we launch into 2017. Our goal in 2017 is to assemble between 50,000 to 100,000 Clean Birth Kits. That is an ambitious goal, and we need your support.

Please consider:

-A monetary donation to GHC via globalgiving.org

-A donation of supplies or materials::

  • 2 oz. bars of wrapped soap

  • non-latex disposable gloves

  • 4" x 4" or 5" x 5" pieces of gauze

  • Antiseptic wipes

  • single-edged razor blade in cardboard

  • Strong string (kitchen twine perfect)

  • plastic sheet (3’ x 50" rolls)

  • New infant hats

  • New 30” x 30” receiving blanket

  • Gallon size ziploc bags

-Sponsoring a Clean Birth Kit/Teambuilding event at your place of work

-Liking and following us on Facebook!

Here's to a wonderful, joyous and impactful 2017!

 

HKS Dallas Assembly Photo
HKS Dallas Assembly Photo
Kits being shipped to Nigeria!
Kits being shipped to Nigeria!
OLS Assembly
OLS Assembly
Daughters of Charity in Nigeria
Daughters of Charity in Nigeria
GHC Clean Birth Kit contents
GHC Clean Birth Kit contents

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Oct 26, 2016

You helped make this happen!

Dr. Martha Tanicala and student
Dr. Martha Tanicala and student

You helped make this happen!

Our fundraising is complete! We are getting ready to order the ICN Mobile Library, which will be delivered to ANI-Mandalay, the first American nursing school in Myanmar, by the end of the year.

These books are rare, if not impossible to find in Myanmar, so the gift of these books will have a huge impact on the students benefitting from them.

Thank you again for your contribution. Without you, these students would not have this resource that will benefit classes for years to come. Most importantly, it will benefit patients for years to come.

Please enjoy pictures from the first class of ANI Myanmar, graduated just this past August!

Warmest regards,

Susan McAdams
Executive Director, GHC
Patricia Williams
GHC Founder & ANI-M Founder and President
First graduating class of ANI-Mandalay in Aug
First graduating class of ANI-Mandalay in Aug '16
Dr. Martha Tanicala and ANI staff and students
Dr. Martha Tanicala and ANI staff and students
 
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