Mother’s Day – Sunday 26th March

Mum’s the word!  Sponsor a safe birth for a mother and her baby in Africa in honour of your loved one this Mother’s Day. 

Having a baby should be a time of great joy but every year across the world 287,000 women die in pregnancy and childbirth*. That’s one mother dying every 2 minutes, 800 each day. Most lives could be saved relatively easily and inexpensively.

This Mother’s Day let’s help mothers give birth safely no matter where they live. Buy your loved one an alternative gift this Mother’s Day and help a mum in Africa to have her baby safely.  We will personalise the certificate with your special message and you will have helped to save the life of a mother and her baby in Africa.  Certificates can be sent directly to your loved one or to you by email or post for a special delivery this Mother’s Day.  All gifts are available from our Online Shop.

Safe Birth Certificate – £15

Safe Birth - Mother's Day

Help us to provide a safe birth for a mother in need, enabling women to access the skilled care required to give birth to their baby safely.

 

 

 Women’s Empowerment Training Certificate – £30

Women's Empowerment - Mother's Day

Enable a woman to attend training and receive seed funding to start her own small business, enabling her to become financially independent and empowered to make her own decisions about her healthcare.

 

 

Emergency Safe Birth Certificate – £50

Emergency Safe Birth - Mother's Day

Help us to provide an emergency safe birth for a mother in urgent need, enabling women to access the skilled care required to give birth to their baby safely when emergency assistance is required.

 

 

Mother’s Day Cards – £2

Beautiful A5 cards specifically designed for Maternity Worldwide.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Please note last orders for posted certificates in the UK for Mother’s Day is 3pm on Thursday 23rd March (subject to Royal Mail), however digital certificates are available instantly and can be emailed directly to either you or to the recipient)  

*Source: WHO 2012

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