mothers2mothers believes in the power of mothers to end paediatric AIDS.

We train, employ, and empower mothers living with HIV to bring health and hope to other mothers, their families, and communities.

  • Paediatric AIDS is preventable. Just $10 could help one HIV-positive mother protect her baby from HIV.

  • We have reached more than 1.2 million women living with HIV in 9 countries.
    Find out how.

  • Each day, almost 700 children are infected with HIV. With your help, we can protect them from this deadly virus.

  • Keep up to date with m2m's news, and what is happening in the global effort to eliminate paediatric AIDS.

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  • Independent evaluation produces exciting findings

    Uganda-CBAAn independent evaluation of m2m’s programme in Uganda provides concrete evidence of something mothers2mothers has long believed — that m2m’s Mentor Mother Model improves maternal and infant health outcomes, while at the same time achieving significant savings by preventing paediatric HIV infections, thereby reducing HIV treatment costs.

  • South African Model Candice Swanepoel supports m2m

    The ResultsWhen South African model Candice Swanepoel partnered with Mother Denim to design a spring collection, she was asked to select a charity to receive proceeds of the sales. We are delighted that mothers2mothers was the perfect fit! “Not only was I able to explore my own creativity, but also garner attention and support for an organisation that saves lives and empowers women and mothers-to-be,” Candice said.

    Learn more about the exciting partnership

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  • m2m celebrates the launch of Red Nose Day 2015

    The Resultsm2m was thrilled to be part of the Red Nose Day launch – a UK-wide fundraising event organised by Comic Relief every two years that raises funds to help thousands of people in Africa. As part of the Monday launch, three prominent bloggers, known as “Team Honk,” visited Mentor Mothers and their clients at an m2m site in Kisumu, Kenya, to see their work and hear their inspiring stories. Read more about the live site visit.
  • GHC CEO Barbara Bush visits m2m site in Malawi

    The Results Barbara Bush, Co-Founder and CEO of Global Health Corps (GHC), recently toured m2m’s site at the Bwaila Hospital in Lilongwe, Malawi, and learned about the lifesaving work we are doing there from Mentor Mother Violet Mbewe and two GHC Fellows who are working with m2m Malawi for their year long fellowship. Continue Reading

    Read GHC Fellow Julie Karfakis’ blog on fathers and paediatric AIDS

  • Our Latest Videos

    Patricia - Mentor Mother from Siaya County, Kenya
    Johanna Satekge Interview on BBC World, World AIDS Day
    Violet Mbewe - Mentor Mother from Lilongwe, Malawi
    Patricia - Mentor Mother from Siaya County, Kenya
    Johanna Satekge Interview on BBC World, World AIDS Day
    Violet Mbewe - Mentor Mother from Lilongwe, Malawi

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