“Because of Every Mother Counts, the babies will be born free of HIV. My heart sends thanks to you each day and night for your support in making the Bumi Valentino Memorial Lab.” -Robin Lim, Bumi Sehat
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO (DRC)
Département de Santé de Communauté Presbytérienne de Kinshasa (DPS/CPK)
Supported C-section instrument sets, delivery and postpartum beds, and an incinerator for seven clinics in the DRC.
2014 Support $10,000
Partners In Health (PIH)
Supported in-service skills training on pregnancy, labor, and delivery for health workers of all levels throughout Haiti, as well as supplies to facilitate normal labor.
2013–2015 Support $251,277
Maison de Naissance
Provided a new ambulance to transport women with pregnancy complications to Maison de Naissance for delivery, and to transfer patients to the local public hospital in the event of complications requiring surgery.
2017 Core Support $20,000
Provided birth center renovation and repairs and supplies for safe birth.
2016 Emergency Support $15,000
Supported a community clinic and lab to counsel, educate, and test and treat for HIV, STIs, anemia, malaria, cervical cancer, and other conditions.
2013-2014 Support $49,950
2012 Support $17,062
We Care Solar
Supported the purchase, installation, training, and service kits of Solar Suitcases, which provided power for lights, fetal monitors, and charging capabilities to 40 rural clinics and hospitals in Malawi.
2013-2014 Support $113,740
Doc 2 Doc
Supported the shipment of critical medical supplies to a clinic in post-conflict South Sudan.
2012 Support $12,000
We Care Solar
Supported the purchase, installation, training, and service kits of Solar Suitcases to 20 rural clinics in Shinyanga district.
2016–2017 Support $60,000
Supported the purchase, installation, training, and service kits of Solar Suitcases to 30 rural clinics in Sengerema district and Arusha.
2015-2016 Support $93,470
Ancient Song Doula Services
Supported doula care, nutrition education, and group support to low-income, at-risk women, as well as community doula training in New York City and the annual Decolonizing Birth conference.