When a baby is born and not breathing, simple steps can be taken during the first minute of birth to save a life.
When a baby is born and not breathing, simple steps can be taken during the first minute of birth to save a life. Rubbing the baby dry, keeping it warm with a hat and dry cloth, suctioning the baby’s mouth and nostrils are some of the steps that can help the baby breathe.Thanks to the support of LDS Charities and a team of doctors, nurses and physician assistant traveling from America, these critical medical skills were taught to healthcare professionals in Nepal.
The faces tell the story.
The happy faces tell the story.Wheelchairs arrived at Honnali, Davangere district in India on 24th of February and the people were thrilled.They could now “do wonderful things” thanks to the mobility the chairs gave them. LDS Charities donated roughrider wheelchairs that could maneuver the dirt and bumpy pathways that have to be traveled. Laughter and smiles from the recipients and their families/sponsors were seen everywhere.
For the fifty one abandoned women of Jivodaya Ashramalaya in Dwarka, the table and benches in their eating area are not just a necessity but a feeling of living with dignity. That is why The Indian Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with LDS Charities, donated eight tables and benches along with grinders, bowls, hygiene kits, hygiene powder, bed sheets and pillow covers, file cabinets and more to the mentally challenged, destitute women living in Jivodaya Ashramalaya, a shelter for Destitute Women by Sisters of Syro Malabar Catholic Church
Since 1915, the family home evening program, established by Church leadership, has encouraged Latter-day Saint parents to build and strengthen family relationships. Today, “family home evenings” are generally held weekly on Monday nights. Full Story »
Representatives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are often asked whether the Church is becoming more “mainstream” over time. If the term “mainstream” means that Latter-day Saints are increasingly viewed as a contributing, relevant and significant part of society,then, of course, the answer is “yes.” Full Story »
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has created a series of videos to provide an introduction to the Church, its members, and its various programs and organizations. This type of introductory information has often been requested by members of the media and public as they have become more familiar with the Church in recent years. Full Story »