A team of medical personnel recently volunteered valuable neonatal resuscitation training at the Lira Referral Hospital, helping reduce the mortality rates among babies who find difficulties breathing at birth
Throughout the world, one out of every ten babies born needs help breathing at birth or they do not survive. For this reason, doctors and nurses teamed up in early September to provide training at the Lira Regional Referral Hospital.
Congregations of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently joined with their neighbors and community leaders to participate in what is known as Mormon Helping Hands.
This year throughout the Uganda Kampala Mission, Mormon Helping Hands volunteers served local health centers, hospitals, maternity centers and Local governments to improve their communities.
Through inspirational speakers, skits, games and testimonies, Ugandan Youth learn the importance of having faith in Jesus Christ.
Ugandan youth are given counsel regarding the importance of having faith in Jesus Christ during the annual Youth Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
To show their friendship and support, young women from Roosevelt, Utah earn money by selling cinnamon rolls they baked to provide a means of learning new skills to their sisters in Uganda.
Young Women in the Ntinda Branch in Kampala, Uganda and Young women in the Roosevelt Second Ward in Roosevelt, Utah, USA have created a long-distance friendship with their respective Young Women groups. This friendship is not only benefitting them spiritually and socially, but it is also enabling the Uganda Young Women to learn a practical skill.
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