The birth attendants in training at HOPE Hospital are able to gain a special opportunity in the field. Due to a special grant provided to us by a women's giving circle, HOPE Foundation will be providing 500 pregnant women with full antenatal care and 100 special needs mothers with transportation to the hospital for delivery. This project affords us the opportunity to utilize our birth attendant trainees in getting into the field and working with mothers. They will not only be able to put their newly attained skills to use, but will also begin to see the ibncredible impact their jobs have on saving lives. They will come to this recognition as they encounter women with complications such as high blood pressure, diabetes, anemia and malnutrition. All of these conditions illicit urgent attention on the mother, particularly when she delivers birth. If our birth attendants did not provide them these serices, these women would not know otherwise of their potentially fatal conditions.
We look forward to seeing how our students perform in the field and to update you with these results. Thank you for your commitment to training health workers and meeting the high demand in the rural area of Cox's Bazar. Together we can save lives.
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