Save lives this Mother's Day

You can make a difference.

The high-quality maternal health care we provide around the world is made possible by thousands of donors. But the need is great, and we need your help to expand our care. Make the first step today. 

No mother should die giving birth.

We’re with mothers, every step of the way. From prenatal checkups, to safe deliveries, to postnatal monitoring and follow-up—see how far your gift goes. 

• A $20 gift can provide transportation for a mother and child’s happy return home from the hospital.
• A $100 gift can cover the cost of long-acting reversible contraception that can help a woman take control of her reproductive future. 
• A $500 gift can provide access to a safe facility-based delivery—covering labour, delivery, and postpartum care. 

The power of partnership

Your generous contributions make it possible to care for mothers, well before pregnancy and long after childbirth. In 2022 alone, Partners In Health provided:

2 million family planning consultations around the world.

147,300 prenatal care
visits annually.

60,100+ safe facility-based deliveries, including lifesaving c-sections.

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