A Lifeline of Hope: PAHFO’s Medical Outreach for Vulnerable Children

Dear Supporters,

We’re thrilled to share the heartwarming success of PAHFO’s recent medical outreach event in the village of Bulera, Mityana. This initiative provided a vital lifeline of hope for children who often go unnoticed – those without families and living on the streets. For these young souls, access to even basic healthcare is a distant dream. Many are malnourished and in urgent need of medical attention.

Our committed team, driven by the belief that every child deserves a chance at a healthy life, organized a medical outreach initiative with two primary goals:

  1. Medical Care: Over the course of a week, we provided free medical check-ups and essential treatment for common ailments. Our compassionate healthcare professionals worked tirelessly to ensure these children received the care they desperately needed.
  2. Nutritional Support: Malnutrition is a harsh reality for many of these children. To tackle this issue head-on, we distributed nutritious meals and supplements, giving them the sustenance they require to grow strong and healthy.

In this outreach, we were able to serve a staggering 150 children who have been living without families or stable homes. Additionally, 21 widows in the Bulera community also received support.

The impact of this outreach has been profound. We witnessed smiles of relief and hope in the faces of these children, and it’s all thanks to your unwavering support. This event wouldn’t have been possible without your donations and the dedication of our incredible team.

At PAHFO, we remain committed to improving the lives of the most vulnerable among us. We’ll continue to work tirelessly to ensure that no child goes without the care and nourishment they need to thrive.

Thank you for being a part of this journey and for making a real difference in these young lives.

With gratitude,

Solomon Mpanga Founder of PAHFO – Patrick And Hellen Foundation Limited

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