When a pregnant woman reached a Uganda clinic in 2009 prepared to give birth, she was abruptly turned away. The facility wouldn't treat her because she didn't have a plastic sheet with her.
USA Today. A plastic sheet packed by Colorado volunteers could be the difference between life and death for expecting moms and their babies in Ugandan refugee camps. Think Humanity partners with Fort Collins Zonta and Chamber of Commerce to provide birthing kits to refugees in Uganda.
Coloradoan. Zonta Club of Fort Collins and volunteers from Fort Collins Chamber made 400 birthing kits Thursday morning for Think Humanity, a Loveland-based nonprofit that works in underdeveloped regions of Uganda. Sarah Jane Kyle/The Coloradoan
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