The women of Bethel-Emmanuel United Methodist Charge (BEUMC) United Women In Faith under the leadership of Deb Beutel put together 68 layette kits, set to travel to Mercy Hospital in the next year. Deb has also raised about $750 and will also be organizing another event to assemble layette kits in her neighborhood.
Layette kits are given to mothers who give birth at Mercy Hospital, and include a infant outfit, cloth diapers, and a blanket. It's a wonderful way that Mercy celebrates a safe and successful delivery and new life entering into the world. In a country with high infant and maternal mortality, we want to take every opportunity to say "Tenki for Born": Thank you for being born.
If you are interested in sending layette kits to Mercy Hospital, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Based on the requests of some of the organizations who attended the Kenema family reunification workshop in May, TCM decided to conduct an in house training session for about 12 organizations in Kenema district. They only had an overview of the Attachment Theory training in the family reunification workshop, so they decided to ask the TCM department for an in-depth training. 24 participants including social workers and caregivers/Aunties had the opportunity to go through all the six modules in two days with the team from CRC. The first two modules were presented on the first day and one on one meetings and mentoring on this same day to get details of individual organizational operations. The rest of the other modules were presented on day two. Presentation of certificates to the newly trained caregivers and social workers climaxed the session.
submitted by David Musa, Senior Consultant
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