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Mar 18, 2019

Providing pre and post-natal care

Providing post-natal care
Providing post-natal care

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project providing pre and post natal care for poor women. Women especially those living in remote barrios have no benefit of pre and post natal care and depends on quack doctors and neighbors for treatment when there are things that bothers them. This results to high morbidity and mortality rtes of women. This reporting period, we linked-up with medical service providers based in the town center in order for them to visit women who are to give birth and to those who have given birth already. We re able to serve 12 women who are living near our project area during this time. Hoping for your continuing support.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle

Mar 18, 2019

Raising ducklings for dispersal

Growing ducklings
Growing ducklings

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project providing dukcs to be raised for rural, disadvantaged women. Ducks are easy to raise and they can be fed with left-overs in the kitchen. Our type of duck the Pateros breed does not sit on their eggs but they tend to produce whole year round providing regular nutrition to the households via the eggs that they produce. This is indeed an advantage and very important support to women and their families. We raised the ducks by incubating the eggs and brooding the chicks for at least 6 weeks before releasing them to the beneficiaries. This reporting period we are able to disperse a total of 200 ducklings to 45 beneficiaries. Hoping for your continuing support.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle

Mar 4, 2019

Providing rainwater harvester

Providing water
Providing water

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our initiative supporting women who are impoverished in order for them to grow healthy and be productive members of society. This reporting period, we focus our attention to providing indigent women and their families in a remote barrio in Misamis with rainwater harvesting facility. Water is difficult to access in this barrio because the source is far in the hillside and women and children have to walk more than an hour in order to fetch water. The rainwater harvester is very durable and with constant rain, the availability of water for drinking, hygiene and the excess for their gardening activities is very important. The harvester we constructed can store 10,000 liters water so this is a big help to them.

Hoping for your continuing support.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle

 
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