Mothers and Babies
Hospital - Dolakha
On behalf of Australians for Women’s Health volunteers, staff and most importantly the people whom we assist, we extend our deepest gratitude to you for your belief in our humanitarian work and your ongoing support in making it a reality.
All donations over $2 are fully tax deductible and will be used exclusively to construct the Mothers and Babies Hospital in Dolakha, Nepal.
Provides medications to prevent life threatening haemorrhages in pregnancy.
Will pay for an operation to fix a woman suffering with genital prolapse.
Will pay for the training of a midwife.
Will pay for a surgical ward.
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Train a midwife $1,550
One of the best ways to stop mums and babies dying in Nepal is to train more Skilled Birth Attendants. Sponsor a midwife to train over a 12-month period and you can create a birthing experience that’s both safe and caring.
Vital medicines need to be kept safe and secure from mischievous hands!
Taps to supply clean
Hygiene is crucial to prevent the spread of disease. Plumbing to hospital wards provides far more reliable clean water.
Hospital cots are vital for the care of the newborn babies in poor health.
Adequate light is crucial for the safe birth of babies. Power supply is unreliable in Nepal. All hospital lights need a backup battery supply.
So many babies’ lives are saved with emergency Caesarean sections. Our hospital requires several sets of instruments to provide this crucial on-going care.
Keep mums and babies warm in the foothills of the Himalayas .
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