VIDEO: The Story of Baby Miracle

Baby Miracle was born at a mere 25 weeks, after her mother experienced a complication during the pregnancy.  This video highlights the timely and life-saving care that both mother and baby received due improvements in care initiated by the Regional Learning Network within Hoima Regional Referral Hospital catchment area in Western Uganda.

The Regional Learning Network (RLN) was designed to provide coordinated newborn health services across standard and specialized newborn care. It was conceived of as a network of health facilities including and within the catchment area of the Hoima Regional Referral Hospital (RRH) that are linked through an improvement collaborative to provide high-quality maternal and newborn services based on national evidence-based standards and guidelines. 

The network was established in 2016 in response to a MOH request, as part of a collaboration between Save the Children’s Saving Newborn Lives (SNL) program and the Center for Human Services/University Research Co., LLC (CHS/URC).

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Save the Children’s Saving Newborn Lives (SNL) program and the Center for Human Services/University Research Co., LLC (CHS/URC)
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