Too many women and girls die in pregnancy and childbirth in developing countries. We know that even within individual countries it is the poorest women and girls who are most likely to die giving birth
Lowering infant mortality rate
Many factors contribute to infant mortality such as the mother's level of education, environmental conditions, and political and medical infrastructure.
Making midwives' work safer and easier
Midwives and health professionals struggle for their safety every day, lacking the tools necessary to provide an accurate and competent service, and the time to provide proper education to the parents
Health education changes people's lives
We provide free health education to people at the Base Of The Pyramid (the so-called Poor) who otherwise would not receive it (women and men)
Making childbirth safer
The risk of dying from pregnancy-related causes is highest in Africa. A majority of these deaths and disabilities are preventable, being mainly due to insufficient care during pregnancy and delivery
A Mama Kit is an all-in-one kits that contains everything needed to help provide a clean and safe delivery. In order to give birth in some hospitals or clinics in Tanzania, you must purchase all of ...
Pregnant women are not free as they don’t know why they need to buy certain tools and not others (why 5 gloves? why rubber mackintosh? etc). And the problem is sometimes they lose a lot of money, thanks ...