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Letter from the President
Louise, our President, spends her time between California and Uganda. We are advancing the St Raphael Teaching Hospital Project by focusing our efforts on our area of specialty: the pediatric building. We are anxious to start as the needs for the children's population are especially great. This would be a way to start small and then build the full-fledged facility to provide for adult care as well. As of December, we submitted a project Proposal for a 40-bed Children's hospital to the Kibaale District. We plan to use this facility as soon as built. It is designed to stand alone. In April 2020, we cleared the land where the children's facilities will be located, graded the land, and created an access road. During the last three months, we reinforced our alliance with our Partner, The Hoima Catholic Diocese. We amended our MOU to reflect governance issues. In Nov 2020, the two partners held an event on location to bless the land, sign the MOU and commission a new Board. Their first task is to use the MOU to create a new legal entity for the hospital. Then we can start building, end of first quarter 2021. Are you a Founding Member yet? This would be a great way for you leave an important legacy. To learn more, see The St Raphael Hospital Project
Louise is spending part time at the Pregnancy Resource Center located in Kampala. We focus on advancing the pilot program for a new Abstinence based education program to be taught in schools. We are using the Collier Community Abstinence Program from Florida and having a great success record in decreasing pregnancies and STDs among the youth. During the pandemic, schools are closed. We are using our radio program, Life Matters, to teach the CCAP. For the past five months, we have been teaching the CCAP in our office to small youth groups. They are very excited about the program.
Our Pregnancy Resource Center in Kampala is flourishing.We continue to counsel young women in distressing pregnancies. Once they receive our support, prayers, counseling, and baby clothing, they are no longer distressed. As our PRC provides an example of free and inconditional support for the young women, their families react more positively and allow the pregnant youths to reintegrate their families. It is a circle of love, welcoming new life in spite of difficult circumstances at the onset. One young mother has graduated as a hairstylist/cosmetologist, a two-year program. Another mother has graduated as a cosmetologist. They were supported by a scholarship from our Adopt-A-Mom program. They are now in a position to support themselves and their babies. Would you consider donating $50/month to sponsor a new mother?
So far, Louise has trained more than 400 teachers of the Billings Ovulation Method of Natural Fertility Regulation, so couples can learn a tool to plan their family naturally. Louise and Emily have attended the World Organization Billings Ovulation Method (WOOMB) World Conference held in Benin in March 2020. They are now focused on offering further training to two BOM teachers, Susan and Olivia, so we can become affiliated with WOOMB.
For the past two years, the Alliance has been operating a Billings Life Centre in collaboration with the World Organization of Ovulation Method Billings (WOOMB). This center is located in our Pregnancy Resource Center in Kampala, Uganda.
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