Maternal and Child Health

Uganda as any other developing country in the world has a very high rate of maternal mortality.  There is lack of enough trained health care staff to cover the whole country. Olilim and the neighboring villages do not have any government clinic the nearest is either Matany hospital or Katakwi trading centre both are miles away.  Most women as a result turn to the traditional birth attendants to help in delivering their children and many mothers with complications end up dying during child birth
Olaforent is trying to help alleviate these problems by setting  a well equiped clinic with sterile medical supplies; a childbirth delivery bed; and training for midwives on handling delivery complications and providing prenatal and postnatal care, newborn care, and family planning services.
Potential Long Term Impact
Making sure mothers have midwifes during delivery who have the supplies and skills needed to deliver babies safely stops childbirth from being a death sentence for so many women. When a mother survives childbirth, outcomes for her family improves.
Sponsor maternal health

Donate a Tractor

Donate a tractor to a community

Donate a tractor to enable a rural community to mechanically work the land and help them expand and make a living that allows their children to go to school.

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Solar light distribution

Sponsor solar panel/lantern and help a village student compete with their counterparts in urban schools.


Sensitization on HIV/AIDS and malaria

Sponsor HIV/AIDS sensitization and help in the prevention of malaria by distributing mosquito nets.

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Take part in a volunteering project in Uganda and help individuals to become self-sufficient through community outreach.