Did you know that between Jan & Sep 2017 the immunization coverage was at 44% (7/16) in Northern? This means that many children go without being vaccinated against the killer diseases. Karin Community Initiatives is providing hope to the unprivileged children by sensitizing mothers and having all the vaccines accessible at our health facilities. Together, we can fight diseases and poverty. To support karin projects this #givingtuesday, follow the link https://goto.gg/9919
In the picture, Gahizi - a health worker at Karin screens a patient in one of our Community Outreach programs. Over and over again, Karin continues to extend healthcare services to the vulnerable communities in Gulu. We affirm our vision of a better future for all people in assisted communities with access to quality medical care, improved incomes and presentation of God as a caring and loving being who calls all people to a new life in his love and salvation.
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Current participants had a chance of recapping the outcomes of their exchange program for the past six months. Also, the exchange fellows expounded on some of the activities they are currently undertaking, their achievements and their future plans as they get into the second half of the program.
Karin Community initiatives is taking community health insurance (CHI) mobilization to a whole new level in Liyak. Members of the community got a chance to have their blood pressure tested at a completely free cost and also an exciting opportunity to enroll in the health insurance scheme.
Community Health Insurance is the best way to make health care cost very affordable to the community and Karin Community Initiatives Uganda has created this opportunity to the Gulu community. Our community health team is reaching out to the community and spreading the word.
The WAPA team has had the chance to meet the beneficiaries of the KARIN programs and saw that the work on the field is amazing and indispensable...
Aqua Clara project meeting in Agonga - Gulu. Aqua Clara is a water purification project that uses sand.
Today, KCIU joins the rest of the world to cerebrate #Worldbreastfeedingweek. August 1 to 7 marks World Breastfeeding Week 2018, celebrated every year to encourage and support breastfeeding in an effort to improve the health of babies around the world.
Sen demonstrating the process of making a cow dung cake. This is a better alternative source of cooking energy that is friendly to the environment.