Health for All
Today is the World Health Day celebration and Mother's Heart joins the call and action for eliminating global health inequalities. With this year's theme, "Building a fairer, healthier world.", we hope that we all find and consider practical ways we can help every one in our communities to have access to good health.
Here are some little ways that we think we all can do to ensure good health and well being in the community, especially during this difficult time of the COVID-19 pandemic:
Wear a mask. Stay home. Stay safe.
Share accurate information about the COVID-19 vaccine, where you can register and schedule appointments in your area, and why your family, friends, and neighbours should get it.
Support local organisations and and charity groups, like Mother's Heart, that provide access to health care and services to vulnerable people, especially during this time of pandemic. Many local organisations have been impacted by the pandemic and have affected their ability to continue their work.
Mother's Heart is currently in partnership with One Day's Wages to provide quality maternal and infant health care, amongst many others, to vulnerable women in crisis pregnancies in Cambodia. Up to June 18th, we are hoping to raise at least $15,000 for our Crisis Pregnancy Support Program in Battambang province which will be matched dollar for dollar by One Day's Wages. Imagine how many women can we support together? Can we count on you? Find out how our Crisis Pregnancy Support Program is different from other programs and how you can help us transform vulnerability into independence and stability, one healthy mother at a time. Head over to Mother's Heart and One Day's Wages campaign page.
Should you have questions or any other concerns about our program and sending donations, please leave us a comment or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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