Nonprofit that brings clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries. 100% of the nonprofit’s public donations go directly to clean water technologies that range from wells to water filtration.
The overarching goal of the proposed project is to empower women soldiers and wives for sustainable source of food for both income generation and subsistence use through sound and proven agricultural practices.
Training community Based organization/community Development officers in management, OVC programming, monitoring and evalutation, support supervision visits at different levels and mobilization of individuals andother organizations to provide support to OVC.
A Project Aimed To Support Maternal And Neonatal Mortality Reduction In Rural Uganda
Every day, 16 women die in Uganda from pregnancy and child birth related causes, 94 babies are stillborn
and 81 newborn babies die. This equates to 69,570 deaths each year due to complications during pregnancy,
childbirth and in the first month. Simply put, UDHS (2016) shows that maternal mortality rate stands at 336
per 100,000 live births and the neonatal mortality rate at 27 per 1,000 live birth.
Amazingly, the first month of the year is nearly over. Before we know it, December 2012 is upon us! Is it just me or does time seem to be on overdrive lately, zooming and streaking past, leaving specks of dust from unfinished tasks in its wake. Before I get lost in my random ruminations, let me do our very first round-up post for January, which shall likewise be our contribution for the Carnival of Children’s Literature which is hosted this month by Delightful Children’s Books.