Give to Maternal Health Programs in Uganda


Our partner, Shanti Uganda, is helping women experience safe deliveries in a country where 310 women out of 100,000 live births die during childbirth.

Now that a new year has rolled around Shanti Uganda has embarked on new opportunities to give and help women have healthy babies and safe, clean births. You can donate to provide more solar power for their birth house, purchase an acre of land to expand their services, provide birth supplies and transport, as well as contribute to their Vancouver office.

Read more about how to donate and support Shanti Uganda.

The White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood

White Ribbon Alliance for Safe MotherhoodThe White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood is an international coalition working to stop deaths during childbirth. They work in a number of countries including Uganda where they are looking to improve the national statistic of 1 in 49 chance of women dying during childbirth.

You can provide monthly or single donations to help keep women alive giving birth.

Life for Mothers

Life for MothersLife for Mothers seeks to identify, address, and prevent complications that arise during pregnancy, labor, delivery, and postpartum, ultimately decreasing maternal and infant mortality rates, according to the Life for Mothers web site.

The mission of Life for Mothers is to reduce maternal and infant mortality rates in developing countries, particularly those in Sub-Saharan Africa, by strengthening healthcare systems and developing, implementing, managing and funding integrated packages of essential services for maternal, newborn and child health at the district level.

You can donate via their Get Involved page.

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