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two minutes

a woman or girl dies
from pregnancy or
childbirth complications.

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Skilled care
before, during

and after
saves lives.

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Save the Mothers

is creating
systemic change

to stop these preventable tragedies.


Our students‎‎‎‎‎
use their influence


for maternal health


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It is with great sadness that we announce that Margaret Chamberlain, the mother of our co-founder Dr. Jean Chamberlain Froese, passed away this weekend.

We celebrate Margaret Chamberlain and her incredible career spanning 35 years as a registered nurse. Her love and care for hundreds of patients and their families will never be forgotten. She was also a writer and avid swimmer and spent many summers at Camp Mini-Yo-We. Margaret’s love for Christ was evident in her daily life and her heart for missions, in particular Save the Mothers and numerous medical missions.
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Save the Mothers is an international, charitable organization equipping African leaders to save the lives of women and babies.

Queen’s Awards Save the Mothers Chapter

Save the Mothers is proud to announce our Queen's University chapter has been given the New Club of the Year Award. The award is given to the club "that has exemplified the spirit of Queen's and the clubs community through performing at an exceptional level during their first year of ...

Economic Empowerment – Women Helping Women

Women's economic empowerment is essential in creating gender equality, according to the United Nations. The problem is, many women don't have the means to support themselves and their family, especially when a medical emergency arises. Andrew Koolya, a graduate of the Save the Mothers Master of Public Health Leadership program ...
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