Health Education - Kagulu - Namutumba

Visit by Irene Nakibirango on 2020-07-17

Report ID
9421
Created by
Irene Nakibirango
Created date
2020-07-24 05:35:27 UTC
Modified by
Irene Nakibirango
Modified date
2020-07-24 06:04:20 UTC
Trip Time
10:25-18:16 (7 h 51 m)
Village Time
13:33-15:00 (1 h 27 m)
Travel Time
6 h 24 m

Health Education Lesson

Program>
Health Education 
Lesson Taught
Health lesson 2: Nutrition and Diet 
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Irene went to kagulu to teach the pregnant women about child preparedness plan and to get the malnourished baby to hospital for proper care and treatment. Irene was not able to teach because of the rain since they always sit under a tree for there lessons but she was able to get the boy and the grand mother to the hospital. On reaching the village Irene visited the authorities that is the LC 1 chairman for a letter to allow her take the boy and the grand mother to the hospital which was given and then she also asked the husband to the grandmother of the boy to also allow her go with their grand son to hospital and he gladly said it was ok. Irene reached the hospital a little late from the time the hospitals staff expected her because of the road construction going on but they helped and offered he the service, the baby was admitted, some blood tests done, x-ray to rule out any infection of the lungs and other tests. The Kibo director and the staff willingly offered money to take care of the bills and other essentials that the child and the grandmother need when in the hospital. 
Partner Program
Health Education 
Lesson Use Examples
None 
Next Visit
2020-07-20 - Purpose: Teach the breast feeding mothers the danger signs in children and the contents of child health care.
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12043 The malnourished boy after he had been picked from the village to receive medication in the children’s hospital in Jinja.