$100 helps provide a woman access to a skilled attendant during the birth of her child.
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Compassion’s Child Survival Program provides pregnant mothers enrolled in the program access to a skilled birth attendant, a provision that saves many lives. In most communities, this involves helping the mother receive care at a local hospital or clinic (including transportation and health care costs). In some rural areas, a skilled birth attendant may provide a safe delivery at the home.
$63 helps provide a Survival Specialist with a backpack filled with the supplies needed to care for moms and babies.
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Some items included are: First Aid Kit, scale, sanitation supplies, oral rehydration therapies, Bible, age-appropriate toys, books, soap, towels, etc. These help specialists care for moms and babies during home visits.
$52 helps churches ensure a child has access to all needed vaccinations up through their 4th birthday, among other life-saving interventions.
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$52 is the average amount needed to provide vaccinations for babies cared for in Compassion’s Child Survival Program.
$44 helps churches provide a month worth of food and/or nutritional supplements to ensure that moms and babies are not malnourished.
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Although costs vary per country, $44 is the average amount needed to provide for the nutritional needs of one mom and one baby for one month.
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A gift of $4500 can help Compassion partner with a local church to start a new Child Survival Program in a needy community.
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The need for child survival services is great, and Compassion is opening many new programs within vulnerable communities around the world.
A gift of $25,000 will fully fund a Child Survival Center serving between 40 and 100 mother-child groups for an entire year.
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