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Washington, D.C. / IMA World Health is a faith-based nonprofit with a mission to advance health and healing to vulnerable and marginalized people the world over.
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Give your mom flowers that were grown with love. #FairTrade flowers support women in Ecuador by ensuring safe working conditions, protection from hazardous chemicals, and more. Order soon so they arrive in time for Mother's Day! http://www.fairtradeusa.org/blog/order-fair-trade-certified-flowers-mom

flowers support women in Ecuador by ensuring safe working conditions, protection from hazardous chemicals, and more.

Nutrition: The First 1000 Days, a video from Future Fortified.

Good Nutrition during the first days, from a woman's pregnancy to a child's second birthday, put children on the right track to grow up healthy, and bo.

Future Fortified. Home nutrition packets are a proven cost-effective way for mothers around the world to get essential nutrients into their children’s and their own diets.

Home nutrition packets are a proven cost-effective way for mothers around the world to get essential nutrients into their children’s and their own diets.

The International Rescue Committee responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises and helps people survive and rebuild their lives. Learn about their work and their partnership with Ingrid & Isabel.

Support maternal health around the world.

Support the Belly! Motherhood is life-changing. It shouldn't be life-threatening. Donate and Ingrid & Isabel will match your gift!

Motherhood is life-changing. It shouldn't be life-threatening. Support maternal health around the world.

Surviving the First Day - State of the World's Mothers - Infographic

fundraising infographic & data State of the World's Mothers 2013 Infographic Infographic Description Surviving the First Day - State of the Worlds Mothers

What I Learned From a Midwife in Uganda | Impatient Optimists

I was surprised at what I learned from a nurse midwife in Fort Portal, a town in the rural west of Uganda, while visiting with a delegation from the United Nations Foundation’s Shot campaign last October.

First Moments: Mothers Reflect on Love at First Sight for their Newborn Babies. Remarkable video!

First Moments: Mothers Reflect on Love at First Sight for their Newborn Babies - Full Version

DR Congo toughest place for mothers, according to Save the Children

"DR Congo toughest place for mothers" - BBC Article - So sad for these moms and babies in the DR Congo. So shameful that the US has the most expensive healthcare and yet we trail at number

But health will happen!

Right now, things seem to rush by. Life goes by so fast and it doesn't seem like anyone cares. We need to slow down, its like nature. You can't grow a 30 foot tall tree without time, that's why we need to be patient in life.

White Ribbon Alliance works to connect women with the respectful maternal care that is their right. They emphasize accountability, health workers, family planning, and child marriage.

White Ribbon Alliance works to connect women with the respectful maternal care that is their right. They emphasize accountability, health workers, family planning, and child marriage.

White Ribbon Alliance Tanzania is is working to enact the Safe Motherhood Act and to scale up the enrollment of students in nurse and midwife training. The alliance aims to continue a dialogue with communities about safe motherhood, involving men, women, girls, and boys.

White Ribbon Alliance Tanzania is is working to enact the Safe Motherhood Act and to scale up the enrollment of students in nurse and midwife training. The alliance aims to continue a dialogue with communities about safe motherhood, involving men, women, girls, and boys.

Making Midwives Voices Heard, video "What I Want Is Simple", promoted by the Impatient Optimists.

White Ribbon Alliance: Promotion of Midwifery

"We have about 161 toilets in the ground. We have 90 entrepreneurs. We sell the toilet to someone in the community and they run it as a business. They own it. They keep it clean... We have 8,000 users a day. We’ve removed more than 500,000 tons of waste from the community... That’s a lot of waste and I don’t know where it was going before." Nathan Cooke.

I wantto go to the continent of Africa. My goal is to trace my DNA find out what part of Africa I originated from and go there.