My biological mother died of HIV/AIDS after being denied medical treatment from the catholic hospital because we didn't had money to pay her hospital bills! Until now so many poor Ugandans are still dying in the rural communities of Uganda and that is why as Everlasting Hope we reach out to them to help.
Health is a fundamental issue in life. Unfortunately, majority of people more so in developing countries live in jeopardy of this, with their lives being at risk due to ill health. Many factors affect the health of persons, the greatest cause being poverty and ignorance. Limited and/or absence of medical facilities and personnel have been one of the leading causes of death in many countries. Uganda’s infant mortality rate and life expectancy age are among the worst in the world. More than 50 percent of Ugandans have no access to clean water, making them vulnerable to cholera and diarrhea. Malaria and respiratory illnesses are widespread and are frequent causes of death.
Economic liberalization has created a healthcare system that places the poor at a stark disadvantage. Other major healthcare issues are basic hygiene; nutrition; women’s and children’s health; and sexual/reproductive health (especially for young people and women).
Extending free medical treatment to the needy sick kids & others!
We carry out mobile medical clinics we often carry out in local communities of Uganda during our missions by giving out free medical counseling and treatment to the needy sick people and we also pray for the sick and donate basic items such as; Sugar, Food and Toiletries, among others.