The idea for Operation Incubation was born in Port Maria, Jamaica, where co-founder Julie Eckert was on a medial mission trip and learned that the medical clinic in Port Maria had no infant incubators. Last January, Operation Incubation came full circle and fulfilled our original mission of providing a critical piece of life-saving equipment for the town of Port Maria by delivering a HEBI incubator to their medical clinic.
This year, the medical mission team reported back to Operation Incubation that the incubator had been used to help approximately 30 babies!
We would like to thank all of the generous donors that have been with us since the beginning and have believed in our mission to reduce infant mortality by facilitating delivery of low-cost, low-maintenance incubators to communities in the developing world.
While we are so encouraged by the number of infants that were able to benefit from the incubator that we sent to Jamaica, there is still a lot of work to be done.
Operation Incubation is currently exploring partnerships in Uganda and South Sudan…so stay tuned for updates on fundraising efforts and how you can help.