In 2022, LifeNet-trained healthcare providers saved 3,984 newborns and mothers by implementing proper infant CPR and postpartum hemorrhage treatments.
Thousands of mothers, children, and other vulnerable and underserved people in sub-Saharan Africa are dying from preventable diseases and conditions because health workers and health facilities lack the knowledge and tools they need to provide quality care to their patients.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Hand washing materials are available and clinic staff regularly wash their hands.
Healthcare providers have the knowledge and skills needed to perform proper infant resuscitation techniques, including CPR, to save newborns’ lives.
Systems for tracking daily revenues and expenses are up to date.
Healthcare providers have the knowledge and skills necessary to implement proper postpartum hemorrhage treatments to save mothers’ lives.
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Lifenet International Uganda
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LifeNet International Kenya
Lenana Road, Nairobi Kenya
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