It has been a sincere pleasure to lead Save the Mothers for the past three years. Working to end preventable maternal and child death with my colleagues and the Master of Public Health Leadership Alumni was very satisfying. Now my journey with STM has come to an end. I will join my family in Ghana, West Africa to continue to work on the continent advocating for fair access to health services for all. Especially for vulnerable populations.
Dear Friends, Happy New Year. I pray that 2021 brings you and yours many blessings. In early March last year, just before the world changed, we celebrated with partners and communities in Tanzania. You supported a project that brought better maternal care practices and facilities to two very large, rural districts near Lake Victoria. One [...]
A note from Deborah Mensah, Executive Director Who would have thought that our world could change so drastically over a few short months? The COVID-19 crisis has undoubtedly changed your sphere in a significant way. Some of us have lost family and friends. Some of us have lost our jobs and livelihoods. Many have struggled [...]
Late in 2018, The Canadian Society for International Health published their inaugural list of Canadian Women Leaders in Global Health (#CWIGH). Save the Mothers is pleased to congratulate our founding director Dr. Jean Chamberlain Froese, named to this list for her significant contributions to global health. The impetus for the creation of the [...]
Are you excited that the Save the Mothers Gala is just around the corner? For those who have been to the event before, you know it’s the event of the year (ok…maybe a little bit of an oversell :-)) For those of you who have never been, the annual Gala is Save the Mothers’ biggest [...]