Posts tagged Mbale
Teamwork to Save Babies in Uganda
800 grams. 28.2 ounces. That’s less than two pounds of butter, and a bit more than two cans of Pepsi. It’s also the weight of some of the premature babies that neonatologist Dr. Kathy Burgoine and her team take care of at the Mbale Regional Referral Hospital’s Neonatal Unit (NNU), which is a project of […]
More than 250 participate in 10K to benefit CURE Uganda
“The reason why we did this marathon was to (help raise) funds to support children with hydrocephalus and spina bifida and other neurological conditions at CURE Uganda,” said Dr. Stewart Wamukangu.
Post GO Team Trip Thoughts
Maureen Sloan, who was part of our GO Team to Uganda this summer, shared these recollections about her trip to the country… Pearls…our first morning in Uganda we looked at James 1:2-5 that speaks about counting trials and irritations as joy! This thought stuck with the GO Team members throughout our time.
Incident in Uganda
Yesterday, two explosions hit the city of Kampala in Uganda. You read about it here. Our hospital in Mbale was not directly affected by the blast. However, your prayers are requested for the people of Uganda as they deal with this terrible catastrophe. We’ll keep you posted if we hear more information about this from Uganda.
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