Saturday, November 22, 2014

Fruit of our Work


I wanted you to see a few of the faces that your donations have helped the last few months. We've been able to pass out about 1,500 more kits since July.  Your donation dollars have been hard at work helping mamas and babies all across Uganda.  

We've been able to start working with some new partners.  It is so exciting to find groups who can truly use and integrate the mama kits and good prenatal care into their existing ministries and work. They get so excited when I tell them that we can provide them this help free of charge.  What a blessing!

These are just a few of the many success stories.
This sweet mama was able to safely deliver her 10 lb. baby at home in her village with the help of her mama kit from Healing Faith Ministries.
These beautiful women received mama kits at a health outreach seminar hosted by Muyenga Baptist Church.  More than  165 women attended and several women received Christ as their Savior at the event as well.  
These ladies at Comforter's Center in Kampala were go grateful to not have the financial burden of buying a mama kit.
These teenage girls at the Youth For Christ Center received their mama kits. 
Uniquely Woven is a ministry reaching out to pregnant women in one slum area of Kampala. They've started a bible study with the women.  At this meeting the ladies received their mama kits and they were thrilled!

These sweet babies were born using mama kits they received this summer.  Their ministry reports, "We are happy to announce that many healthy babies have been born because of these kits!...THANK YOU to all who donated money to buy these life-saving kits!! "
shortly after birth
The babies and mom at two months oldThese conjoined twins have had a special place in my heart the last couple of months. They were born via emergency c-section to a young mother from a village.  They had no way to transport them to Kampala to the main gov't hospital for treatment. Mercy for Mamas and other friends were glad to be able to pay for their transport and care. They've received one life-saving surgery, but they need more.  Please read more here about how you can help these precious little ones.

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