Jan 21, 2021

Mothers and Children's Lives Saved During Birth

Thank you for your great generosity! We, at Whisper’s Children’s Magical Children’s Hospital greatly appreciate your donation, and your sacrifice. Your support helps to further our mission through the Stop Ugandan women & children dying at childbirth project.

Together we are making a difference in the lives of these mothers and babies.  Since we opened our maternity section two years ago, Whispers has continued being a referral for complicated pregnancies.

In Uganda, a lot of mothers loose their lives during childbirth but through your support to Whisper’s Magical Children’s Hospital, we have been able to reach out to these mothers who would have died during labour or lost their children at child birth.

In the past three months, we received a total of 70 mothers; out of these we had 40 safe deliveries and 20 Caesarean section.

We are so grateful for your continuous support as it helped us make a difference in the lives of these mothers and babies.


In the last three months, we also expanded our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Whisper has become a referral for neonates as we pay close attention to them. Just within the last three months, we received a total of 35 prematures. Good news the lives of these babies were saved and they are now in good condition.


Because of you, we can stop Ugandan Women and Children dying at Childbirth. 

Truthfully, we could not do this without you. We, and those we serve, sincerely appreciate your generosity.

Dec 16, 2020


We would like to thank you for the continuous support to our hospital that has helped save many lives of children and mothers in Uganda.


Whisper’s is a life saving hospital in eastern Uganda. At Whisper’s Magical Children’s Hospital, we receive many emergency cases as we a charity hospital with the best services.


Some of these come from deep villages and by the time they reach hospital, they are already stressed and some them end passing on.


We are facing a big challenge during this period as we have very many emergencies and have to pick even blood for our anaemic patients on daily basis.


At most times, when it comes to referrals from our hospital to a bigger facility, we face a big challenge of transporting these patients as most of them need to be transported while on oxygen and while transfusing them


Due to the lack of an ambulance at hospital we end up loosing lives because we don’t have means of transport.


An ambulance at hospital will be of great help to us as it will help us have a 24/7 response to emergencies and thus end up saving the lives of children and mothers in Uganda.

Oct 30, 2020

Touching more vulnerable lives

We would like to appreciate all our beloved donors for the continous support towards this project. Without you we would not be able to save and provide our patients with the best treatment.

In the past three months Whisper's Magical Children's Hospital registered 2,319 patients in total. Our caring Whisper team has managed to save so many children from different communities suffering from malnutrition, malaria, anemia among many others. Our charity organisation has changed so many lives of Ugandan children and mothers.

We recently registered a mother who had given birth to twins from a certain Hospital but unfortunately lost one, the remaining child was badly off and was admitted at our hospital in the NICU ward. They were very helpless and did not have any money to clear their bills. When we heard of this they were granted free treatment because we care to make a difference through love and hapiness. The baby was given the best care and treatment plus the mother until they were discharged. 

The mother was very traumatised and had lost hope but we managed to council her and gave her a tin of milk to feed her baby because she did not have breast milk. We went a head and visited her home to assess the situation she is living in. We gave her some 2kgs of sugar, 2kgs of beans 3kgs of millet porridge and maize flour.

Thank you so much for supporting the vulnerable sick children.

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