Make Motherhood Safe with Ultrasound Imaging

by Karin Community Initiatives Uganda
Make Motherhood Safe with Ultrasound Imaging
Agonga staff jubilating with newborns
Agonga staff jubilating with newborns

We opened our doors for our new maternity ward at Agonga health facility in October last year. Since then, we have registered tremendous success in our quest to attain safe motherhood for all mothers in our community irrespective of their economic status.

In February this year, Agonga Health facility registered 5 births in one day! This came at a time when our health systems are being stretched by increasing demand for care of patients with malaria. Our health practitioners go an extra mile to make sure that mothers and their children are safe during child birth.

We believe that with the right tools and equipment we shall even achieve more and that's why we are counting on you! Vital tools like the Ultrasound imaging machine mean much more to mothers in ways you can't imagine.

Thank you for being part of KCIU causes and if you can, please make a donation.

Agonga staff jubilating with newborns
Agonga staff jubilating with newborns

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Firt mother at New Agonga Maternity ward
Firt mother at New Agonga Maternity ward

To our esteemed supporters and partners, we would like to take this opportunity to welcome you into the new year 2022. We at Karin Community Initiatives Uganda extend our sincere thanks to you for your great generosity and sacrifice you have shown in supporting our various projects which directly helps the underprivileged mothers in Northern Uganda. Your support helps to further our mission through the Make motherhood safe with Ultrasound imaging campaign.

On 29th October 2021, we received our first mother at our newly opened maternity ward at Agonga health facility in Gulu District - Northern Uganda. In the months to follow, the facility has managed to register more than 70 mothers who come for consultation, antenatal, obstetric scans, deliveries and other essential procedures. Among these are mothers who can barely afford treatment costs and at KCIU we don’t turn away anybody.

We are so delighted to have played a big role in helping to ensure that these mothers have safe deliveries and its for reasons like these that we keep appealing to you for support towards acquiring an Ultrasound machine. With an Ultrasound machine at our health facility, we believe we can impact more women and reduce maternal deaths. We are appealing to you for support & prayers to our cause and if you can, please make a donation!

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Karin Community Initiatives Uganda

Location: Gulu - Uganda
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Leonard Mugisha
Gulu, Gulu Uganda
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