WE ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Urbanization, inequality and discrimination are creating unique health challenges for mothers and babies living in poverty. In urban areas, slums are home to many of the world’s poor forcing families to live in overcrowded inadequate housing with poor sanitation and a lack of access to basic services. By supporting the work of local partners like NGOs, small community and faith-based groups, and partnering with private-sector innovators we are improving access to quality maternal health services and ensuring respectful care.
Brazil has made undoubted progress to reduce maternal mortality in the last decades, but it still needs to make significant strides to reach its Sustainable Development Goal
Kinshasa, one of Africa’s fastest growing megacities in one of the world’s poorest countries, has sprawling slums in which many inhabitants – many of whom live on $2 a day
Innovating for Mothers Challenge launched to improve maternal and newborn health care in Senegal
Tuesday morning in the Matete district of Kinshasa: the sound of health messages through megaphones permeates the community.
Girls Dreams (GD) was MAR’s first project that focused on leveraging the unique potential of adolescent girls to change their future through education and empowerment, in a hope that they become mothers later and by choice and with...
Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world and has one of the highest infant and maternal mortality rates in the Western hemisphere. The chances of a woman dying due to pregnancy and childbirth in Haiti are estimated to be one...
MAR has been supporting for years the maternal health of women in the remote Kokuselei Valley, in Turkana, northeast Kenya. Turkana is an isolated, arid, semi-desert region that lacks the most basic infrastructure and services. Its...
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