It is time to announce to the world that we are launching a major campaign to reduce maternal and infant mortality around the global.To do so we are turning to mobile. There is power in our mobile and we plan to use it for good.
Our first project is our monthly happy hours called Sip and Tweet.At our Sip and Tweet we tweet the topic of the month.Here is an example of one of our tweets “Folic Acid intake before and during pregnancy can help prevent birth defects of your baby’s brain and spinal cord”.
We are also looking to be the first to provide the women in the D.R.Congo health messages right on their cellphone. Stay turned and we will tell you when we will be launching this program.
Footprints Foundation leading the revolution in REDUCING MATERNAL AND INFANT MORTALITY.
CLICK BELOW TO WATCH BLOOD IN YOUR MOBILE
It is true that the D.R.Congo is a war torn country with it’s many complexities.But there is also another side to the Congo.That side is beginning to take hold of me. Firstly the Congo is a very beautiful country and the people have a mighty, heart.I don’t know when or if the war will end but I am committed to shariing with you my total Congo experience.
Dr Mary Jo O’Sullivan
F.A.C.O.G.is Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Miami.
DENIS RIMSKY MEDICAL STUDENT UM JACKSON HOSPITAL
OUR D.R.CONGO PARTNERS
Dr Jeff Mibi
Dr. Philemon Kakisingi
WE NEED YOUR HELP TOWARDS OUR OCTOBER 2013 TRIP.DONATE NOW
Make check payable to: Footprints Foundation. 4000 Ponce Deleon Blvd Ste 470 Coral Gables Florida 33133. Call 305-573-8423
Just 1 more midwife could save the lives of 219 women.
Join Project Motherhood is a Blessing and help train midwives in D.R.Congo.We want to know of your best practices.buy cialis We believe every woman should have access to a skilled midwife no matter where she lives.
Our training hospitals are at St Vincent Hospital in Bukavu and Project Congo Health Alliance in Goma.
We are currently looking for Doctors and Midwives to join us for two weeks of training midwives in the Eastern Congo in July 2012.