Training healthcare workers and students We never turn anyone away, they have nowhere to go The 5 bed High Dependency Unit (HDU) The current neonatal unit

Born on the Edge

Org #47397
Vetted since 2018
2012
year founded
$90,144
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

OUR MISSION: To save and support babies born on the edge of life, viability and society in the poorest regions of the world through education, research and sustainable support OUR AIMS: Through the development of local partnerships we aim to improve the survival of the world's most vulnerable newborn babies by: - Providing training for local doctors, nurses and health workers in newborn care - Supporting young healthcare workers involved in international newborn health research - Developing sustainable projects to improve newborn healthcare facilities

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Adam Hewitt Smith
Adam Hewitt Smith
Andy Marshall
Andy Marshall
Kathy Burgoine
Kathy Burgoine
Organization Information
Water End Farm
Wrestlingworth, SG19 2HB
United Kingdom
01767 631415
Organization Information
Water End Farm
Wrestlingworth, SG19 2HB
United Kingdom
01767 631415

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Jun 13, 2022
Happy 7th Birthday
          It is an amazing 7 years since we joined together in partnership with Mbale Regional Referral Hospital in eastern Uganda, to open the doors of the neonatal unit!...
Jun 13, 2022
Developmentally supportive care
          We are excited to tell you that in March this year, we celebrated the inaugural delivery of the NEW 15th Module on the Newborn Care Training Course...
Feb 14, 2022
Lorna's Story
For this months project report we would like to tell you Lorna’s story. It's the story of just one mama and her baby, but she’s not so unlike many other mamas that we care for...
 
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