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Published September 5, 2018

Maternal Deaths Decrease After Healthcare Workers Apply Summit Teaching

In Uganda 16 mothers die every day in child birth. This is a tragic statistic, but The Global Leadership Summit has paved a way for hope in this situation.

A parliamentarian who attended the Summit in Uganda invited our Summit team to talk to health workers in their district. Using the Summit materials, we talked about adding value people, the 5Cs of expanding your leadership capacity and work ethic. At the end of the day, there was an outpouring of repentance in the room and we prayed for them.

One year later, the health workers have become more efficient and the maternal deaths are slowly going down. Now the other districts are calling us for these Summit teachings because of the results they have seen. Praise God!

Let’s help change the story of maternal deaths and enable mothers to proudly go home with their bundles of joy!

About the Author
Betty Byanyima from Uganda

Betty Byanyima

Betty Byanyima serves as the Team Leader and Facilitator of The Global Leadership Summit in Uganda. She is a John Maxwell Certified Leadership Trainer, Coach, Mentor and Team Member. She serves as International Faculty Haggai Institute for Advanced Leadership and is National Facilitator Transforming Nations Alliance, as well as National Faculty of the Institute of National Transformation in Uganda. Her work in the area of Leadership and Personal Development spans across a wide spectrum of leaders from Members of Parliament to Local Councilors, leaders in the Corporate World and Community Leaders.

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