An intestinal infection marked by diarrhea, cramps, nausea, vomiting, and fever is called “stomach flu.” Typically spread by contact with an infected person or through contaminated food or water.
Today we landed on Mrs. Harriet, a 29-year-old single mum with two kids. Since her husband died last, she has been struggling with medical needs. We found her alongside the road, thinking her child had died. However, on physical examination, the little boy was alive but unconscious.
I took a brief history of the illness, and the mother reported severe vomiting, passing frequent loose stools, and a baby crying abdominal pain for the past three days. She couldn’t afford to take the child to the hospital because of the distance. She was forced to move scary kilometers when the boy fainted, and mum lost hope when she saw that the bay was not responding.
Jesus brought us at the right time and restored her hope. The baby was still alive, and we took the boy to the nearest medical Centre and cleared the medical bill. By the time we left, the boy was back to normal senses. The mother couldn’t believe seeing her kid back to normal, we told her Jesus does miracles, and so HE saved your child—good news, she was already saved. Imagine carrying a baby at the back and carrying the sick in Infront, yet two days without food. Such situations happen in Uganda JFM is trying all possible ways to curb this tragedy.
Through community health education, we can eradicate infectious diseases. We thank JFM for the continued support of the transformation in Uganda. THANK YOU, DONORS. GOD BLESS YOU.