Happy Mother, after C/S due to prolonged labor
The project is very grateful to the support extended to the mothers by your generous contributions through GlobalGiving. The village health team who visit and identify these mothers is much appreciated for the increased ANC visits and the numerous mothers saved who otherwise would have lost their babies and their life.
Donations to save the mothers project at Mayanja Memorial Hospital Foundation to a tune of 230dollars has enabled 3mothers access safe hospital delivery. The three had complications that required Caesarean section which were done free and live babies delivered all courtesy of your good will. The money so far donated has also catered for 2 more mothers deliver with assistance from our medical team freely plus medication and ward stay for 24hours. We appreciate your generous contributions to this cause for when you save a mother you save a community. The contributions to this specific project have catered wholly for six mothers and they will forever be grateful because they were from far to reach areas and quite vulnerable (poverty stricken).
The project at MMHF has contributed tremendously below is a breakdown of the first three months of 2013 report;-ANC visits have improved of which 82 mothers attended their 1st visit and only 14mothers attended their 4thvisit. IPT 1 and IPT 2 were received by 24 and 22 mothers respectively and of the above members a total of 48 were tested for HIV and none tested positive. 03 mothers knew their HIV status on 1st visit and were on ART for their own health.
JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH
ANC 1 30 25 27
ANC 2 11 09 16
ANC 3 06 10 12
ANC 4 01 06 07
TOTAL 48 59 62 =169
DELIVERIES REGISTERED FOR JAN, FEB AND MARCH
JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH TOTAL
LIVE BIRTHS 27 21 21 69
FSB 01 00 01 02
MSB 00 00 00 00
SVD 05 08 22 35
C/S 18 13 10 41
For mothers to undergo cesarean section(c/s).due to Obstructed Labor,Fetal distress and Prolonged labor with Cervical dystocia
At Gertrude ward 03 babies were born to HIV positive mothers who were on ARVs for their own health and babies were given ARVs for prophylaxis. Babies born asphyxiated were 02 and 06 babies were also born less than 2.5kgs. There were two neonatal deaths due to prematurity and hemolytic disorder.
Please join us to assist more mothers access safe hospital deliveries, contribute and we save lives especially from hard to reach areas and the vulnerable poor ones who cannot afford the hospital costs. Complications do not know who can afford and who can’t, bringing new life on earth places a thin line between death and life, join us to save Ugandan mothers.