One Heart World Wide
Decrease maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity in remote and underserved areas.
Where they work
A "Network of Safety" for mothers and newborns in remote settings: provide life-saving skills along a referral path that ties together mothers, families, communities and all health providers.
US$3.2 million for FY16 (Dec-16).
Delivered to date
Supported over 39,000 pregnancies, trained 155 skilled birth attendants, certified 49 birthing centers and conducted 5,950 community outreach training.
Measured by % of pregnant women getting prenatal care (visits and supplements), % of deliveries attended by Skilled Birth Attendants, % of home deliveries utilizing a clean and safe birth kit, and % of women receiving post-natal visits, and maternal and newborn mortality.
By 2025, operate in 35 of the most under-served districts in Nepal with a 7.5 million population and 200,000 births per year, where the maternal and neonatal mortality are anywhere between 2-5 times the national average.
Our investment so far
US$1,100,000 unrestricted grants.