Protect Mothers and Babies

Mothers and Babies

Malnutrition and poor primary healthcare, have increased the risks for women in developing countries, during pregnancy and childbirth.
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Protect Mothers and Babies

Protect Mothers and Babies

Help protect vulnerable mother's who have no access to healthcare, vital baby aftercare or baby equipment and tools.
100% Zakat
Box4life

Mother and Baby Box

£99

Dignity Kits

Female Dignity Kits

£50

Medicines

Medicines

£100

Medical Equipment

Medical Equipment

£500

Incubator

Incubator

£1,500

Lack of health care causes 810 women to die every day from complications related to pregnancy and childbirth. That’s nearly 1 woman every 2 minutes. Further to that, 5.4 million children under the age of five die each year and the risk of infantile death is eight times higher in Africa than it is in Europe.

Across areas of extreme poverty and within refugee camps, the health of thousands of pregnant women, new mothers and babies are at risk. With over half of the world’s population living without access to essential healthcare services, expectant mothers and children are facing the most dangerous of conditions.

At Global One we are committed to giving pregnant women and newborn babies a better chance of survival. Our vital Mother and Baby Box4Life is a life-saving kit that provides the essentials necessary for the first 6-month period after childbirth. We also acquire and refurbish baby incubators in developing countries to maintain ideal conditions for premature or ill babies. Additionally, we provide primary maternal health support, establishing delivery rooms and training medical staff.

Almost all global maternal deaths are preventable by ensuring women have access to quality maternity care. You can help us protect mothers and babies in the developing world by providing a Box4Life for just £99.

And We have enjoined upon man, to his parents, good treatment. His mother carried him with hardship and gave birth to him with hardship

Quran 46:15


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Lack of healthcare leads to maternal deaths.  Many premature births and related deaths occur in developing countries due to infections, malaria and HIV. The high levels of teenage pregnancy also impact this problem. In poor countries, just 10% of babies born before 28 weeks live, whereas, in rich countries, 90% survive.

99% of maternal deaths

occur in developing countries

810 Women

die each day from preventable causes

1 million

children are left motherless every year

The solution is simple, we need to provide new and expectant women with better and more accessible healthcare.

Global One is working to improve maternal health for Women and Babies in developing countries, to reduce the impact of poor access to healthcare.

Box4Life

Our Box4Life provides practical health supplies for mothers and babies, crucial for the first 6 month period. Items include breastfeeding supplements, ointment, paracetamol, oral re-hydration supplements, baby clothes and reusable nappies. Each box also doubles up as a cot and provides a safe and portable way for babies to sleep comfortably.

Maternal Health

Global One has improved two primary healthcare facilities in Nigeria, establishing delivery rooms and training medical staff. With our support, these facilities can perform key maternal health checks through pregnancy and after birth.

Baby Incubators

We acquire and refurbish a number of incubators in developing countries allowing babies to be kept in a sterile environment, protected from germs and minimising the risk of infection. 

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