One of the leading principles of Social Good Moms is to make sure our dedicated members have opportunities to report on global health and development programs on the ground with our partners in low-and-middle-income countries. Each year we take Social Good Moms on our own insight trips and similarly we work directly with our partners to plan learning trips to see their work abroad with influential members.
If you would like more information about planning a trip with us in 2019 email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We have previously worked with WaterAid America, Coca-Cola, Save the Children, and World Vision US on insight trips abroad.
Jennifer James, the founder of Social Good Moms, traveled to Nepal with Coca Cola on September 9, 2016, to see their #5by20 initiative that empowers women around the world to receive business training and create their own businesses. Coca Cola aims to empower 5 million women across its supply chain by 2020. Read reporting from Nepal.
Jennifer James, the founder of Social Good Moms, traveled to Haiti to see vaccination programs for World Immunization Week 2015 as well as to see Midwives for Haiti’s work in Haiti’s Central Plateau. See full updates.
Jeana Shandraw traveled with our partner, World Vision USA, to report on and photograph the one-year anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan. Follow her work at www.surfandsunshine.com.
Jennifer James, the founder of Social Good Moms, traveled with PSI with actress, singer, and humanitarian Mandy Moore to report on health workers. She also traveled to the Philippines with World Vision USA to report on the one-year anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan. Read her work on PSI.org, IntraHealth, and World Vision.
Jennifer Barbour reported on access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene in Nicaragua with our partner, WaterAid America. See updates at socialgoodmomsnica.tumblr.com and anotherjennifer.com.
Elizabeth Atalay traveled on a Social Good Moms insight trip to report about our partners’ work on the ground including Marie Stopes and ONE. She also visited smaller NGOs that focus on women’s issues. Read updates on socialgoodmomsjoburg.tumblr.com and documama.org.
Jennifer James, the founder of Social Good Moms, reported on agriculture and nutrition in Tanzania as an International Reporting Project fellow. Read her work at internationalreportingproject.org.
Jennifer James, the founder of Social Good Moms, reported on infectious diseases as an International Reporting Project fellow. Read her work at internationalreportingproject.org.
Nicole Melancon traveled on a Social Good Moms insight trip to India to report about our partners’ work on the ground including WaterAid, Save the Children and Pratham. Read updates on socialgoodmomsindia.tumblr.com and thirdeyemom.com.