Oct 16, 2019

QUARTERLY REPORT FOR JULY TO SEPTEMBER

Summary This is a July – September quarterly activity and status report on “support Save 750 Pregnant women from malaria in Uganda” project in Kibuku district. The goal of the project is to contribute to the reduction of maternal mortality rates. The project is implemented in the district of Kibuku,” is reliant on financial support from donors under the GlobalGiving and Kagumu Community. KADO is grateful to all donors and the community for the support that contributed to the realization of these quarterly results. A total of 100 pregnant mothers received Health education, 100 mothers received a LLIN.

Achievements

In this quarter, KADO managed to achieve the following results: - A total of 100 pregnant mothers received Health education Procured 129 medium long-lasting insecticide treated mosquito nets and 100 mothers received a LLIN each Monitored and evaluated a total of 100 mothers who received health education during the quarter this was throughout their ANC visits. Procured 35 doses of malaria drug for mothers Obtained some malaria test kits from ministry of health and tested 85 pregnant mothers for malaria where 25 were tested positive. The positive cases received treatment and were healed completely. KADO also provided ANC and delivery services to the mothers who come to the health facility for these services. Some of the mothers who are not reached during outreaches of malaria screening and also those from other facilities who come to the health Centre when their ANC appointment days have reached, they are worked upon at the health facility. The facility worked on 100 mothers for ANC services. NB Malaria prevention was always streamlined and all these mothers who came for ANC were screened for malaria and LLINs provided to them.

Challenges

Untimely drug supply to Health facilities.

KADO is a donor dependent organization, and releases little from its income generating activities to procure LLINS, spray doom and medical drugs and supplies.

Limited funding which limits the supplies to be procured.

Recommendations

• KADO requests all partners to raise support to enhance provision of malaria prevention services to the pregnant mothers to reduce on the maternal mortality rates and infant mortality rate.

• KADO requests for continuous support supervision and continuous workshops or seminars on new modes of service delivery and obtaining of more donors.

• KADO would request the funders to donate so that we can conduct outreaches especially in those areas where mothers can’t reach the facility so the services.

Oct 3, 2019

July to September 2019 Quarterly report

Summary 

The report the project progress for the quarter ending 30TH September 2019 with financial support from stakeholders and donors on the GlobalGiving platform. We did not receive any funding from our donors and did not mobilize and realize funds from the organization savings and the community at large that hindered the implementation of project activities as planned.

The following were done in the quarter:-

We did not implement any activity in the quarter due to no money for implementation of project activities

Challenges

  1. Limited Funds to implement project activities.
  2. High rate of Girl Children school dropout.
  3. Poverty among care givers and guardians.


Recommendations

KADO submits a request to all development partners to extend their helping hand to the project to facilitate the implementation of this project in order to retain these Orphan Girls in School.

Jul 1, 2019

QUARTERY REPORT FOR APRIL-JUNE 2019

health education on malaria prevention
health education on malaria prevention

QUARTERLY REPORT FOR APRIL-JUNE ON SUPPORT SAVE 750 PREGNANT MOTHERS FROM MALARIA IN UGANDA

Summary

This is April – June quarterly activity and status report on “support Save 750 Pregnant women from malaria in Uganda” project in Kibuku district. The goal of the project is to contribute to the reduction of maternal mortality rates. The project is implemented in the district of Kibuku,” is reliant on financial support from donors under the GlobalGiving and Kagumu Community. KADO is grateful to all donors and the community for the support that contributed to the realization of these quarterly results.  A total of 200 pregnant mothers received Health education, 100 mothers received a LLIN each and was found out that 87% had adopted best Health practices during pregnancy

 Achievements

In this quarter, KADO managed to achieve the following results: -

  1. A total of 200 pregnant mothers received Health education
  2. Procured 150 medium long lasting insecticide treated mosquito nets and 283 mothers received a LLIN each
  3. Monitored and evaluated a total of 200 mothers who received health education during the quarter and it were found out that 87% had adopted best Health practices during pregnancy.
  4. Procured 80 doses of malaria drug for mothers
  5. Procured malaria test kits from ministry of health and tested 115 pregnant mothers

KADO also provided ANC and delivery services to the mothers who come to the health facility for these services. Some of the mothers who are not reached during outreaches of malaria screening and also those from other facilities who come to the health Centre when their ANC appointment days have reached, they are worked upon at the health facility.

The following are the results for the mothers worked upon at the facility during ANC visits.

NB Malaria prevention was always streamlined and all these mothers who came for ANC were screened for malaria and LLINs provided to them. 

The statistics shown below is for the pregnant mothers who were screened for Malaria during their ANC visits

Challenges

  • Untimely drug supply to Health facilities.   
  • KADO is a donor dependent organization, and releases little from its income generating activities to procure LLINS, spray doom and medical drugs and supplies.
  • Limited funding which limits the supplies to be procured.

 

 

Recommendations

i)                   KADO requests all partners to raise support to enhance provision of malaria prevention services to the pregnant mothers to reduce on the maternal mortality rates and infant mortality rate.

ii)                 KADO requests for continuous support supervision and continuous workshops or seminars on new modes of service delivery and obtaining of more donors.

 
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