Newsroom

Saving Moses Debuts a Special Television Event Premiering December 2

Global humanitarian organization committed to saving infants features a special television event that will air twice during the month of December.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 02, 2015

Saving Moses, a global humanitarian organization committed to saving babies and toddlers ages five and under, is debuting a special television program on December 2 and December 18 featuring NightCare, a revolutionary program that protects babies of sex workers while their mothers work at night. Hosted by author, humanitarian, and founder Sarah Bowling, this program will broadcast nationally as a special presentation of the Today with Marilyn and Sarah show.

The special feature will be shown on the following channels at the scheduled times listed:

  • Daystar – 6:30am PST/9:30am EST and 11:30am PST/2:30pm EST
  • Christian Television Network – 4:00am PST/7:00am EST
  • The Word Network – 9:00am PST/12:00pm EST and 12:30pm EST/3:30pm EST

The program will be available to view online after December 2 on Saving Moses’ YouTube and Vimeo pages.

In 2012, Saving Moses established a revolutionary new program in Phnom Penh, Cambodia that protects the babies of sex workers while their mothers work at night. NightCare operates much like a daycare center except it runs over night. Mothers drop off their babies to the center before they go to work. The babies then receive a bath, clean clothes, a nutritious meal, time for play, a lesson, and are put to bed until their mothers pick them up in the morning.

Saving Moses has opened four NightCare centers to nurture and protect the babies of sex workers. This program gives viewers an opportunity to hear stories of restoration and see first-hand the impact of nurturing and protecting these babies.

 

Saving Moses Returns to Cambodia to Continue Protecting and Caring for Sex Workers’ Babies

Global humanitarian organization returned to Phnom Penh in July to care for babies of sex workers through a revolutionary program. Saving Moses is on a mission to save children 5 years old and younger by meeting the most urgent and intense survival needs where help is least available.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 14, 2015

Saving Moses, a global humanitarian organization dedicated to reducing infant mortality around the world, took a team of volunteers from all over the United States to work in their NightCare centers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in late July. Saving Moses runs four NightCare centers to provide loving shelter and care for sex workers’ babies at night when they are vulnerable to violence, neglect, and sexual exploitation.

One traveler said, “I’ve been supporting Saving Moses for a few years. I knew it was time for me to see it in person, to serve the babies, and support Saving Moses in a totally different way. It changed my life.”

This was the organization’s second time to take a team of people to work in the NightCare centers. They assisted with painting, repairing, cleaning, and improving the four existing centers. They visited old and new neighborhoods to tell the sex workers about the NightCare centers and encouraged them to bring their babies to the center. The group also worked with the babies and toddlers at night.

NightCare operates like a daycare center except it runs over night. Mothers drop off their babies to our center before they go to work. The babies then receive a bath, clean clothes, a nutritious meal, time for play, a lesson, and are put to bed until their mothers pick them up in the morning. Because of NightCare, Saving Moses is able to consistently provide protection and care to babies who have no other refuge.

 

Saving Moses Debuts a Special Television Event, Hope in Angola, Premiering June 11

Global humanitarian organization committed to saving infants features a special television event that will air twice during the month of June

Greenwood Village, CO (PRWEB) June 09, 2015

Saving Moses, a global humanitarian organization committed to saving babies and toddlers ages five and under, is debuting a special television program on Thursday, June 11, and Wednesday, June 24. Hosted by author, humanitarian, and founder Sarah Bowling, Hope in Angola will broadcast nationally as a special presentation of the Today with Marilyn and Sarah show. The special feature will be shown on the following channels at the scheduled times listed:

  •     Daystar – 6:30am PST/9:30am EST and 11:30am PST/2:30pm EST
  •     Christian Television Network – 4:00am PST/7:00am EST
  •     The Word Network – 9:00am PST/12:00pm EST and 12:30pm EST/3:30pm EST

You can also find a complete list of channels and broadcast times on Saving Moses’ website:http://www.savingmoses.org. The program will be available to view online after June 11 on Saving Moses’ YouTube and Vimeo pages.

Saving Moses supplies therapeutic milk to six clinics in the Benguela province of Angola to treat babies and toddlers suffering from severe malnutrition. Saving Moses recently sent a team to Angola to visit the mothers and babies at the malnutrition clinics. Hope in Angola gives viewers an opportunity to hear stories of survival and see first-hand the impact of consistent therapeutic milk.

Saving Moses Utilized Photography in an Effort to Engage Mothers and Their Babies on a Recent Visit to Angola

During a recent visit to their clinics, Saving Moses staff employed the art of photography to reach out to the mother’s and their babies in a nation the The New York Times recently ranked as, “the deadliest country for kids.”

Greenwod Village, CO (PRWEB) March 26, 2015

Saving Moses is a global humanitarian organization committed to providing help where it is most needed but least available. As one of their staple programs, Saving Moses supplies therapeutic milk to six clinics in the Benguela province of Angola to treat babies and toddlers suffering from severe malnutrition. During a recent visit to their clinics, staff employed the art of photography to reach out to the mothers and their babies in a nation the The New York Times recently ranked as, “the deadliest country for kids.”(http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/19/opinion/nicholas-kristof-deadliest-country-for-kids.html?ref=opinion&_r=0)

The organization sent five individuals to Angola in March. The team consisted of Saving Moses leadership, videographers, and photographers. While visiting the clinics, the team took portrait photos of mothers and their babies. These mothers were staying at the clinics while their babies received treatment. All of the babies featured in the portraits were suffering from severe malnutrition. The goal of the photos was to display the women and their babies with beauty, dignity, and grace, rather than destitution.

On the last day of their trip, Saving Moses staff handed out printouts of some of the pictures to the mothers. Many of the women chuckled as they looked at their photo. Several showed signs of surprise after looking at their representation on paper.

These portraits will be used to represent the work Saving Moses does in that nation. The organization visits Angola annually to check on operations, gather stories, and engage with mothers and their babies.

 

Share Button
close
Facebook IconYouTube IconTwitter IconVisit Our Vimeo Channelfacebook like buttontwitter follow button
UA-9169312-1