LIVES IMPACTED

 
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“She’d just had a miscarriage, lost a lot of blood and was not
responding. I gave 2 litres of IV saline and she woke up. Her family managed to get her on a motorcycle to the hospital, where she got
blood and she is now OK”.

Nurse Innocent – Pwunu Dyang

 

 
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“Anena had been seizing for over 15 minutes when her parents carried her in. I injected diazepam and was relieved to see the seizure stop.
She used to have seizures every week, but now we’ve started her on anti-epilepsy tablets she hasn’t had a seizure for over a month”

Nurse Otim – Lutuk

 

 
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“This month we treated 5 children for severe malaria. The nearest health facility which can give injections is 15km away so I don’t know what they would have done if we were not here.”

Nurse Stella – Lamoki

 
 

 

WHAT WE’VE ACCOMPLISHED:

 
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BROADER IMPACT

 

The community and our nurses praise our positive impact on the community, but we have not yet been able to study the end-effects of our health centers on the health of the remote populations
we serve.

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We would love partner with universities or research bodies, who could quantify the effect we are having on measures like under 5 mortality, malaria burden, and household money savings.

01.

Chronic diseases like diabetes and hypertension treated for the first time in remote communities

02.

Increased knowledge of HIV and Hepatitis B status

03.

Increased deworming of children

04.

Earlier awareness of pregnancy and Antenatal care

05.

Reduced anxiety about healthcare availability