Saving Lives in Uganda

Big things are happening over at Operation Incubation, and we are so excited to share what we’ve been working on thanks to so many of your generous donations!  This fall, Operation Incubation partnered with an amazing Charleston, SC-based nonprofit called the Palmetto Medical Initiative.  The folks over at PMI are doing some really great work at their medical center in the Masindi district of Uganda and recently opened a new Labor and Delivery Ward.

Operation Incubation sent over three incubators to be used in the new ward.  Not too long after their doors open, a newborn baby in distress was placed in one of the life-saving devices that we provided!

We’re so thankful to be able to partner with organizations like the Palmetto Medical Initiative as we continue to grow and can’t wait to continue to work with them this year as we continue to forge new partnerships with other global health initiatives.

Next, we’re looking at a project at a hospital in Somalia that is in desperate need of neonatal care equipment.  Currently, there are no neonatal care units in the entire country, so this project will be a big undertaking that will require lots of support, financial and otherwise.

We’ll have more details soon on how you can donate and help, but in the meantime, please consider making a donation to go towards our effort in Somalia by visiting our donation page.  The babies appreciate any donation, large or small, to help get them the equipment that they need to have a second chance in this world.

-The Operation Incubation Team

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