My name is Tanya Lasko and I am the operations manager at Saving Moses. I have been traveling with Sarah, the founder of Saving Moses, on program trips for years. I’ve been able to see start up NightCare centers grow into thriving safe nighttime homes for babies & toddlers. I’d love to share some of […]
The combination of the drought and the impacts of the war in Ukraine are creating a deepening crisis in Angola. Not only are malnutrition cases rising, but medical care is becoming increasingly necessary.
According to UNICEF, 2.4 million babies died in their first month of life in 2020. The majority of these deaths were preventable. Premature birth, infection, and labor and delivery complications are some of the leading causes of this incredible loss of life.
We have seen so much growth at every level and are so thankful to our supporters who make this dream into a reality every day.
Infant Mortality in Afghanistan: A Story Changed By: Jamie Malewska, Marketing Coordinator Imagine for a moment that you are pregnant. Your local hospital recently shut down but even if it were open, you could not afford to go there. Many women and babies in your village have died in childbirth. You do not know if […]
In this post, we delve deeper into the effects of trauma in babies and take a look at the solution-based approach to care used in our NightCare centers
Read our latest post written by Matt Nathaniel, our Regional NightCare Director, to lean about the causes, signs, and effects of trauma in babies and toddlers – and how NightCare is breaking the cycle of trauma one baby at a time.
What is the situation like for the babies and toddlers of Afghanistan? Take a look at the increasing factors for the already high infant mortality rate, examine the past for direction on how we step into the future, and learn why it is so vital we continue to aid the most vulnerable.
Learn about program impacts, personal stories and more in this highlight of our 2020-2021 Annual Report.
While new cases being reported daily have dropped from their terrifying peak in May, this crisis continues to have significant impacts on much of the country’s most vulnerable populations.