A Pathway to Health and Happiness for Mothers and Children

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Health is a major indicator of human development and a priority for economic development and for a decent quality of life. More than 8 million children worldwide each year die needlessly from preventable, treatable illnesses like malaria, diarrhoea, pneumonia, neonatal infection, pre-term delivery, or lack of oxygen at birth.

The tragedy is that treatments and solutions to prevent these deaths exist but the delivery to mothers, infants, and children needs improvement. Strengthening access to quality basic health care services among severely impoverished populations is a fundamental priority for The Euphoria Project, Inc.

Barriers to sustainable global health include poverty and inequality, rising vulnerability diseases, water and sanitation issues, uncontrolled urbanization, marginalization of rural populations, unsafe living conditions and lack of health infrastructure. Most importantly there is a lack of human capacity building programs for the health sector critical to achieving reasonable health indicators in developing countries. The work of the Euphoria Project, Inc. is to tackle these barriers so mothers could provide the best care to their children.

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pauline_pratt 04/15/2014 - 10:23 - 0 Comments

On April 8-9 2014, as part of National Public Health week, The Euphoria Project, Inc. held a free health promotion event for pregnant women and young mothers in Freetown, Sierra Leone. About 100 women gathered at The Hamilton Clinic to learn about nutritional needs during pregnancy. Established in 2010, The Euphoria Project, Inc. is a US-based nonprofit that seeks to improve child health by...

webmaster 05/17/2012 - 13:45 - 0 Comments

Sierra Leone: Lactating Mothers Commend Euphoria

On Saturday 7th April 2012, more than 100 Sierra Leonean children under the age of five received clothes and shoes from the Euphoria Project Inc., in partnership with the Hamilton Community Health

Clinic which was aimed to complement the government's free health care scheme for pregnant women. The clothes were given to mothers who...

webmaster 05/17/2012 - 13:44 - 0 Comments

Helping one mother at a time, one baby, one family and one community at a time

I would like to use this page to showcase the progress women are making toward improving their own lives and the lives of other mothers and their children. (to be provided)