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Campaign on Hold

We regret to say this campaign has had to be put on hold.. We have tried to do it, but have banged our heads against bureaucracy and are seeking a way forward.We appreciate all the partners who came on board. It may be that we relaunch this at another hospital or a favourable climate emerges for us to kickstart this again. In the meantime unfortunately Pumwani still suffers.So we desperately hope this is not the end of our efforts. This website and the work done will stand as it is a reminder of what could have been. Any person reading this who
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Pumwani Closed??

Due to the current ongoing strike of Nairobi County Council workers; Pumwani Maternity Hospital has been forced to turn away all new admissions and is for all practical purposes closed for business.. There is now no greater need to push  the Save The Cradle  campaign. Morris Moses Foundation is ready to launch  the Save Cradle Campaign to upgrade and renovate Pumwani Maternity Hospital. We have lined up many private partners who are ready to support the cause. This Campaign is a purely a Citizen Participation Initiative and we are hoping for an improved patient experience in all public hospitals. For
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Google Service Week

Google is supporting the Save the Cradle projects and they spent the 21st & 28th June repainting the antenatal clinic as well as helping out in the hospital.  Google are also developing a patient feedback platform where patients report their experiences in the hospital which we are calling Patient Satisfaction Index (PSI). Through the CSR department, Google has partnered with us on the save the cradle campaign. They have adopted part of the New Born Unit where they have funded the electric, plumbing and paint works. Other than that, their employees have also been volunteering their time at Pumwani maternity Hospital
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Borehole for Pumwani

Update. Work on the borehole has ceased as the company doing the work was unable to retrieve the pump mechanism from underground. A whole  new Borehole is now needed and  we are seeking sponsors. Please contact Morris Moses Foundation Pumwani Hospital, Urgently Requires  Water. Morris Moses foundation has initiated work on repairing a borehole at Pumwani Hospital.The hospital has been relying on water tankers to deliver multiple times each day and when they dont arrive on time the Hospital is without water.
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