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Three babies because of three Caesarean operations...

Gepubliceerd op 10 mei 2021 om 15:42

Last week, three small babies were brought to Amecet, you can see them on the picture. Left is Emmanuel, he was the first, He was brought on 5th of May, in the morning! His uncle came with a neighbour, the father was not able to travel.... Emmanuel was born the day before, his mother gave birth via a Caesarean operation, Emmanuel was breech... The mother died after the operation..... Emmanuel was her 10th baby!!

In the middle is Francis, he was brought by his clan chairman and a friend on the same day, in the afternoon. He was also born via a Caesarean operation, but 2 weeks ago. After the operation they went home, but the mother was not fine, she died yesterday from a long embolism(?). Francis was her 11th baby.....

The baby at the right is Nalibe, his parents are from the Karamojong tribe in the North. He was brought by his father and a friend. Nalibe was born on 22/4/21, also 2 weeks ago and also via a Caesarean operation. His mother started to bleed seriously, 2 weeks after the operation and she passed away. Nalibe was her first baby. 

Three small boys lost their mother, but there are 19 other children who also lost their mother!!! There is still so much to be done in the healthcare in Uganda, too many mothers die after giving birth, too many children loose their mother to give them love and care.

We do our best for those three boys, they drink and they gained a bit, but we can't help all those other children and we couldn't help the mothers....  Pray for the healthcare in Uganda, for the antenatal care and for those who help with the birth process....

 

PS.  Just some good news to end this blog: our two mini babies, the twins, have gained again!!! Deborah is over the 1.5 kg and William is going towards the 1.9 kg!!! Is that not great. you can read more about them in the two previous blogs...


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Randi Heimholdt Lunde
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I am so sorry about UGANDA s women s helth .I SINSERELY HOPE SOMEONE CAN DO SOMTHING ABOUT IT .I WILL PRAY , BUT ITS NOT ENOUGH ,SORRY.