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#MaternalCare: 11 Babies, Immunization and Other Updates From Our Bi-Weekly Outreach

23 pregnant women were in attendance at today’s routine antenatal postnatal and Immunisation. Two of these pregnant women had malaria symptoms and were placed on malaria treatment. 4 of our pregnant women had their tetanus injection.

We had a postnatal check for the mother of a 6-month-old baby who complained of bleeding after being placed on family Planning service from a primary health care centre. 11 babies were immunised mostly against measles and yellow fever while others had their 6, 10 and 14 weeks vaccines respectively.

We are also taking a more community-based approach to women empowerment. By involving community opinion leaders towards ensuring that these women have a sustainable means of feeding themselves and their babies. This is still a work in progress though one we call a trial method to observe how sustainable it will be.  All of the above your support made possible so thank you.


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