Are you planning on having a safe delivery, please visit our Karin health centers in Unyama and Agonga for prenatal and postnatal care.Prenatal care can help prevent complications and inform women about important steps they can take to protect their infant and ensure a healthy pregnancy. With regular prenatal care women can reduce the risk of pregnancy complications.
The marathon today was a great success. The turn up of the runners was amazingly wonderful. We thank God for the our generous partners that made sure this marathon event becomes a success. We have made a big step forward towards saving lives of mothers and their children. By participating in the marathon you saved lives. Thank you!
Uganda's Maternal mortality rate is at 343 deaths/100,000 live births which is among the highest rates in the world. At Karin, we are rallying our community to reduce maternal deaths by providing a diverse range of free services to women during pregnancy, birth and early parenting at our health facilities in Unyama and Agonga.
In the picture, Dr.Opira the Executive Director of St.Mary's Lacor Hospital Gulu is receiving his #karinmarathon2018 Tshirt from our staff Derrick. We are only left with 6 days on our count down. However, more partners are still needed Interna of medical supplies for the health camp, beverages for the runners on the marathon day and security.
#karinmarathon2018 His Lordship Mayor of Gulu Mr. Labeja being presented with a KARIN Tshirt which he bought to support our charity run on 29-Dec-2018 at 6:00Am Kaunda grounds.
Tune in to 89.5 Radio Speak Fm and listen to our staff Ketty and Claire discuss health issues in the community related to Postnatal care. More being discussed is also our First Annual Charity run happening on 29-Dec-2018. The chief runner will be Hon Aol Betty Ochan - Woman Mp Gulu. Also His Grace
Our first annual charity run is in high gear now. Derrick (Extreme right) a KCIU staff who is championing ticket sales poses for a photo with the Dream Events team after delivering their marathon kits. Tickets are going for 10,000 - students and 25,000 - others. KCIU is excited to have more and more partners
KCIU Executive Director Madam Hope Okeny (right) appearing on Radio Maria Gulu to address the community on health issues. This is one of the series of radio talk shows where KCIU is actively disseminating health information in matters of child nutrition, maternity or family planning. Our medical camps are
Hundreds of people from Acholi sub-region and beyond turned up at Kaunda grounds to commemorate the Acholi Cultural Festival, the first of its kind. #Karincommunity used this opportunity to extend the vital health care services to the community. Many received free checkups and our ambulance
Final preparation for #karinmarathon2018. This is our first annual charity run to save mothers and its getting bigger and better. Join the rest of the community in Gulu to help achieve our noble cause of equipping our new maternity at our health facility in Unyama by purchasing your ticket today.