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Every Mother Counts  We are a 501(c)(3) dedicated to making pregnancy & childbirth safe for every mother, everywhere. Support our Berlin runners!


One day left to the @berlinmarathon! There's still time to support @runteamemc in their race to bring essential maternal healthcare to every mother, everywhere. Link in bio to donate.

It's here...the @JCrew for Every Mother Counts T-shirt is available online now at jcrew.com! 50% of retail price goes to EMC to help us make pregnancy and childbirth safer for every mother, everywhere. #GarmentsForGood

@Runteamemc is ready to take on the @BerlinMarathon this Sunday to ensure that every mother has access to the highest quality care possible. Germany has been working to address maternal health issues since 1966 with a comprehensive healthcare system. Today, 86% of Germany's population receives a statutory health care insurance program. According to the WHO, Germany ranks 18th in the world for its maternal mortality rate, while the U.S. falls far below at 46th in the world. We can do so much better for our world’s mamas - including those here at home in the U.S. Support our race at link in bio!

Thousands of Rohingya refugees have taken shelter in Cox’s Bazar where our partner, @Hopeforwcb, is based. HOPE needs doctors, paramedics and nurses to volunteer for a minimum of 4 weeks to help care for refugees. Please email info@everymothercounts.org if you can help. (Photo by @joshestey during visit to HOPE in Cox's Bazar in 2016)

Dr. Frank Artress and
Susan Gustafson, founders of @fameafrica, one of EMC's Tanzania-based grantees, stopped by the office yesterday to share updates about the mamas they support and their plans for growth. We are so grateful to have them as partners in this work.

We deployed an emergency grant for $35,000 to our partner @hopeforwcb in response to a recent update about the humanitarian crisis which has displaced over 400,000 Rohingya Refugees. The grant will support transportation for volunteer midwives to be deployed immediately, expenses for up to 10 mobile health clinics, increased capacity for HOPE’s main hospital, building a 40-bed field hospital within the refugee settlement area, and staff and emergency transport to higher level care. (Photo by @LynseyAddario for The Annenberg Space for Photography)

Only 2 days left to sign up for the @nycmarathon with @RunTeamEMC! Email teamEMC@everymothercounts.org before this Thursday to join us.

Many of our grantee partners across the globe (in Texas, Florida, Haiti, India, and Bangladesh) are dealing with the aftermath of a hurricane or are in the process of preparing for one that’s about to make landfall. We know these weather events disproportionately affect those already most vulnerable, and the increase in number and intensity of these events due to climate change has real consequences for pregnant women and mothers everywhere. Luckily, we know the orgs we support are always doing all they can for their mamas & babies even in the most difficult situations. Read our blog today for updates.

As the Nepal floods put pregnant women, new moms & families at risk again, our hearts are with Nepal's mamas and babies and the orgs who never stop working to ensure the safety of those most vulnerable. We have been working with @oneheartworldwide as they continue to help Nepalese communities recover and rebuild from the 2015 earthquake through our Maternal & Child Health Emergency Fund, with the understanding that long after a disaster is over and the news coverage has ended, the need for support continues. (Photo taken by @JoshEstey during recent visit to One Heart Worldwide and their clinic in Melamchi, Nepal)

We are sending support to @circleofhealth (COHI) via our Maternal & Child Health Emergency Fund ❤️to help COHI identify and address the needs of pregnant women, families with newborns, and medically fragile children during this time. You can help at link in bio and learn more on our blog. Even when a storm passes, the need for help remains. #Harvey

Meet the new class! Pictured here are 7 of the 9 midwifery students & their professor, Elsa Chuta Gabriel. Each of these students is currently enrolled in the 3 year curriculum to graduate as "parteras" or university-level #midwives w/ plans to care for pregnant women & families in their own communities, all over Guatemala. #CorazónDelAgua

The comadronas and the mobile clinic of our grantee partner, ACAM - Association of Midwives of the Mam-Speaking area, stops once a week in hard to reach communities to provide further education and care for pregnant women, many of whom travel 4 hours by foot to see a midwife who can provide essential maternity care. Learn more everymothercounts.org.

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