Donate for good
Nature Conservation, Education and Traditional activism – you name it; as part of the Donate for good journey, EasyVSTRs are extending their hand to Mothers2Mothers, an organization empowering communities in the Sub-Saharan African region and beyond. ✊😎
Who is Mothers2Mothers
Mothers2Mothers or M2M is an organization aimed at ending Aids while focusing on creating a bright future for women across Sub-Saharan Africa. The organization operates from at least 500 sites with 20 offices. With more than 2 000 members, the organization is spread across ten countries. 🌍
Citing from the organization's website, "m2m started at one site in Cape Town, South Africa, and over the first several years, its programme expanded in South Africa. Then with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Johnson & Johnson, and other funders, m2m grew its programme across sub-Saharan Africa.
"Fast-forward 20 years and m2m now operates at hundreds of health centres and communities in ten African nations, and has reached over 11 million pregnant women, new mothers, and children."
Beyond contributing to the fight against HIV/AIDs and equal access to healthcare, the organization is also advancing gender equality.
Breakdown of operations ✊
Mothers2Mothers - South Africa
"Based in Cape Town—is our global headquarters and provides leadership for direct implementation of programmes across Africa, business development and strategy, communications, human resources, innovations, policies, partnerships, finance, and administration, and core compliance and quality assurances oversight."
Mothers2Mothers United States & United Kingdom
"Our New York City and Los Angeles-based United States operations and London-based European operations—provide leadership for key donor relationships, geographical-specific fundraising, key regional and international policy and advocacy activities, and communications."
Since the beginning of 2021, m2m has created over ten thousand jobs and reached over 13.5 million people with critical healthcare services. The number of new and returning clients during 2020 was 1.3 million, including women living with HIV.
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