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CSI January 2017 Digest                           
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Childbirth Survival International
Childbirth Survival International
 
January 2017 Digest

Reaching the Unreached with Health Services & Information 
Dear CSI Friends, Partners, and Donors:

We welcome you to 2017 and hope you had a restful holiday season with loved ones. CSI kicked off 2017 with a message amplifying the need to humanize health and increase grassroots level integration of basic health services and information. If you did not get an opportunity to read it, click here

In the months to come, our team is prepared to collaborate, adjust and explore various opportunities to maximize impact of effective low-cost low-tech interventions in line with CSI's vision and top five priorities. While it may be too soon to predict the precise direction and impact of the new U.S. Administration's policies on global health programs specifically reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health in developing countries, CSI will remain an active and vocal global health advocate alongside partners. 

Our sleeves are rolled up and we're already driving positive change -- CSI Teams with local and international partners are preparing for community based activities to provide free cervical cancer screening and education in Wakiso, Uganda and accelerate opportunities for girls to #BeBoldForChange in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. #CSI2017.

Sincerely, 
CSI Founders
Stella Mpanda, CNM & Tausi Suedi, MPH
Upcoming events
Saturday, February 4: World Cancer Day
FREE Cervical Cancer Screening and Community Outreach
Where: Kajjansi Health Center III, Entebbe Road, Uganda
Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CSI Uganda will return to Kajjansi Health Center III off Entebbe Road for the second free cervical cancer and community outreach event. In March 2016, the demand was overwhelming and we are pleased to partner again with Profam Royal Clinic and Village Health Teams to re-visit this underserved community and provide much needed reproductive health services to unreached women. The all-day event includes free cervical cancer screening, treatment, referral, health education, information and more. #CSIUganda
Wednesday, March 8, 2017: International Women's Day
Accelerate Opportunities for Girls
Where:
 JMK Park, Kidongo Chekundu, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CSI Tanzania with in-country partners will join forces and resources to celebrate women and amplify the call to action for accelerated gender parity and increase awareness for adolescent/youth girls in Tanzania to have access to quality education and opportunities. Stay tuned. #BeBoldForChange #CSITanzania
To Donate & Support CSI Programs
Make a secure donation online via PayPal to Childbirth Survival International. **There is a fee to use this service reducing net donation.**
Write a check payable to: Childbirth Survival International
Mail to: Childbirth Survival International 
P.O. Box 32154, Baltimore, MD 21282
Access to quality health care is a basic and universal human right; it is the duty of those who have it to extend it to those that don't have it. ~ Mpanda & Suedi, April 2013.

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