Imagine giving birth in a hospital with no lights, in fact no electricity! Imagine carrying twins and knowing there is no special care available for your babies so if they come early there's no incubator no special equipment. Imagine this being normal!!?!! Well I'm sitting in my palatial, in comparison to what I'm watching, home warm and safe I'm watching people in Uganda for whom this IS normal. Clinics filled with rats, bats and scorpions so bad in fact that people critically ill would rather go home than risk sleeping in these conditions.
So whilst I sit here crying over a fellow mothers loss. Feeling angry at the world for such unnecessary suffering I thought I would share some ways you can help...
Give money to your school or club or assciation, if they are running a fundraiser. you dont need to do anything more than put your hand in your pocket and every single penny helps.
You can buy a host of red nose day things from Sainsburys
You can be part of fashion history by shopping at TK Maxx. TK Maxx has partnered with five of the world’s most celebrated names in fashion to design the 2015 Red Nose Day T-shirt range for Comic Relief. Fashion royalty Anya Hindmarch, Karl Lagerfeld, Diane von Furstenberg, Henry Holland and Matthew Williamson have designed an eclectic collection including seven very special T-shirts and a onesie, that are available now exclusively in TK Maxx