In low-income countries, poor mothers in rural areas are the least likely to receive adequate healthcare. In Sub-Saharan Africa, maternal deaths are extremely high due to a lack of healthcare workers. Factors such as poverty, distance to healthcare facilities and inadequate resources can prevent an expectant mother from receiving the care she needs.
WHO reports that the vast number of maternal and new born deaths can be prevented with proven interventions. Providing skilled healthcare before, during and after childbirth can save the lives of millions of mothers and babies.
Through our Motherkind project, we aim to provide new and expectant mothers with better and more accessible healthcare. By providing correct healthcare solutions and creating quality care for expectant mothers in low-resource settings, we believe we can significantly reduce maternal deaths in developing countries.
Our Motherkind projects have included facilitating training of midwives in Niger, running educational workshops in villages throughout India, and establishing specialized maternal health clinics globally in communities where the need is high. We have assisted over 28,000 mothers globally through our clinics, and this would have not been possible without your support.
Building on the success of our clinics, our goal is to establish a network of clinics throughout high-risk areas, and in rural communities where expectant mothers and babies are in desperate need of medical care and attention.
To date, our achievements and success has only been possible because of your unwavering generosity and support. Our aim is to reach even more mothers and babies with the health care they need to survive and this is why we ask you to continue being Motherkind!