COVID RELIEF FUND
Though lockdown in Uganda was meant to protect citizen, for children with disabilities it has been as life-threatening as the virus. Restrictions on transportation and medical clinics have left children without access to daily medication, like what is used to control seizures, therapy to prevent muscle atrophy, and basic healthcare. Embrace Kulture has established an emergency aid fund and launched programs to support access to healthcare, medicine, and nutritional support. Uganda has entered a second phase of lockdown as Covid cases surge. We need additional funding to continue emergency response programs.
SUPPORT IS NEEDED FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Give once and give big. One time donations are accepted as part of our annual giving drive or for specific needs
$10 - $20: Provide medical support to a child
$30 - $50: Provide nutritional
$100: Supply PPE to first responders
$500: Fund a Mobile Medical Clinic to provide medical attention to at least 20 children in rural areas.
MOBILE MEDICAL CLINICS
Mobile Medical Clinics were launched by the Embracee Kulture team in Uganda to provide life-saving medical services to children with disabilities in rural villages.