June 2016

Dr. Stephen Noll – “Real Life Superhero”

By |2017-01-11T15:16:08-05:00June 27th, 2016|Uganda|

Dr. Stephen Noll (pictured above with Dr. Jean Chamberlain Froese) not only helped to establish the Save the Mothers program at Uganda Christian University, he served as the first chair of the board of Save the Mothers USA. Dr. Stephen Noll has dedicated his life to teaching and helping those in need. With a lengthy [...]

When Personal Tragedy Becomes Passion

By |2017-01-11T15:16:09-05:00June 14th, 2016|News|

Diane Reader Jones at the Grand Canyon, sporting her Save the Mothers cap. “I wear it everywhere!” she says. BY SAMREH OSBORNE ON JUN 14, 2016 Playing baseball every summer and volleyball every winter, Diane Reader Jones has a great love for all of her hobbies, but especially for volunteering with Save the Mothers. This [...]

Game Changers: Where Would our World be without Them?

By |2017-01-11T15:16:09-05:00June 1st, 2016|Book Release, News|

They are the visionaries, bold, bright, brash and creative. They innovate, think outside the box, and forever alter the way things are done. Game changers recognize the truth of the adage that, “If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten.” Game changers believe—they know—deep down in the very deepest, downest [...]

May 2016

Delivering Change

By |2019-06-01T09:52:41-04:00May 10th, 2016|News|

One man pushed his mother in her wheelchair along the route of the Dundas, Ontario “Steps to Deliver Change” Walk in support of Save the Mothers. Hundreds of people in 15 communities across Canada and the United States took “Steps to Deliver Change” on behalf of Save the Mothers this past weekend. It was a [...]

April 2016

A Family Affair

By |2019-06-01T09:54:08-04:00April 8th, 2016|News|

Every one of us, started life in the womb of our mother. And whether your mother was someone you want to celebrate – or someone who failed to live up to all she could have been – she gave you life. And life is worth celebrating! So this Mother’s Day weekend – consider involving the [...]

March 2016

Meet Save The Mothers Student Dr. Tonny Kapsandui

By |2017-01-11T15:16:09-05:00March 24th, 2016|Uganda|

Save the Mothers second year student, Dr. Tonny Kapsandui. (Photo by Fortunate Kagumaho) “I have always been interested in making a difference in the lives of mothers and their children—in Uganda and beyond,” says Tonny Kapsandui, 38. A medical doctor, Tonny knows that more than 6,000 Ugandan mothers die from preventable pregnancy complications each year. [...]

February 2016

Tears For The Mothers Of South Sudan

By |2017-01-11T15:16:09-05:00February 22nd, 2016|Uganda|

Tut Thomas Simon is a second year student in the Save the Mothers Master's of Public Health Leadership program. A clinician and public health officer, he comes from South Sudan, a country that has been ravaged by endless conflict. Communications Intern Fortunate Kagumaho spoke to Tut about his work on behalf of the women of [...]

Some Perspective On The Zika Virus From Uganda

By |2016-06-28T19:32:03-04:00February 3rd, 2016|Uganda|

Zika virus has become a term of terror for many pregnant women around the world but especially for those living in and around Brazil. The emersion of any virus, which has significant impact on human life, causes great anxiety for many—but especially for pregnant mothers since the potential to cause fetal abnormalities is significant. This [...]

January 2016

Because of your help…

By |2017-01-11T15:16:09-05:00January 1st, 2016|News|

As a not for profit, charitable organization, Save the Mothers depends on the financial donations of caring people to make our work possible. When you donate to Save the Mothers, your gift represents more than just a single drop of help in an ocean of need. The impact of each and every dollar given to [...]

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