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Hands of Love

Providing bedside care to 500 of the most vulnerable patients in the Mbale regional hospital.

In partnership with Mbale Regional Referral Hospital, JENGA meets with the neediest patients in the most vulnerable of situations to demonstrate the love of God through practical means. Hands of Love embodies JENGA’s desire to be “love in action”. When admitted to or abandoned at the local hospital, patients without access to finances or support can easily find themselves unable to meet even the most basic of needs – often lacking food, a caregiver, and even the ability to secure their prescribed treatment. JENGA employed hospital staff identify the poorest and most at risk patients.

Hands of Love delivers both medical care and genuine connection to the emotionally and physically hurting. Whether expressed through a blanket, a prayer, a bath or an expensive surgery, JENGA is committed to reaching the people of Mbale.

Peace’s Story

Our team met Peace when praying for patients in the hospital. Peace was in the Maternity ward having had a caesarean birth 3 months previously. Peace was only 15 years old and due to a lack of care and eating a poor diet, her wound was not healing well. The wound sadly became septic and so Peace and her baby were readmitted to the hospital.

The team prayed for and gave counselling support to Peace. Traditional diets for new mothers sadly lack crucial nutrients which are needed to aid in healing and so they spoke to Peace and her mother, educating them on the importance of a balanced and nutrient rich diet. Peace was also given assistance with feeding her baby and after 3 days, she was able to have surgery on the wound.

Two weeks later Peace was finally able to be discharged home. The team visited Peace at home and her mother reported that they are now sharing this vital knowledge, teaching new mothers about the importance of a balanced and nutritious diet. Brilliant!

Names have been changed to protect identities