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How We’ve Helped So Far
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Goods and Services
Through our partnership with SIGN Fracture Care, we have provided orthopedic training, instrument sets, and an ongoing supply of implants to St. Mary’s Hospital Lacor in Gulu, Uganda. Additionally, we have shipped 40’ containers of medical equipment and supplies for additional support, to increase capacity, and to improve outcomes.
Since our donation in 2020, the orthopedic surgeon has performed over 700 SIGN surgeries. Pipeline Worldwide has replicated our project at St. Mary’s Hospital Lacor at Moyo General Hospital.
Moyo General Hospital is the largest hospital in Moyo Province and receives the more severe cases like trauma and complicated births transferred from 20 lower-level health centers located in deep rural areas. Moyo Hospital delivers approximately 5,000 babies a year and many of these babies end up in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Far too many of these babies are lost due to power and water reliability issues and lack of proper training and modern equipment.
Sisters of the Sacred Heart Health Initiative
The Saint Monica campus in Gulu, Uganda teaches women to learn how to become self-reliant and change agents for peace and prosperity. In addition to their tailoring, catering, and Earn to Learn programs, the campus includes a health center III facility which includes a general outpatient clinic and maternity ward. There’s numerous health centers, schools, and orphanages that are also ran by the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Through our partnership, we have identified needs at 5 of these organizations including Saint Monica’s Health Center III (Gulu), Moyo Babies Home (Moyo), Moyo Mission Health Center IV (Moyo), Atiak Health Center II, and Orussi Health Center III (Neebi). Needs include power, water, structure renovation, and medical equipment.