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.
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  • 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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  • Juliet’s Big Week

    Violet It’s been a big week for m2m spokeswoman and Mentor Mother Vivien Juliet Nalumu! On Friday, September 26th, she received a university degree in social work. Then on Monday, she boarded a plane in Uganda and flew to Los Angeles, traveling outside of Africa for the first time to tell her story at a number of fundraising events, and explain how she now helps other HIV-positive women. Juliet will share her adventures on m2m’s Mums the Word blog.
  • Mentor Mother Visits NYC for UNGA Week

    Violet m2m Spokeswoman and Mentor Mother Violet Mbewe traveled to New York City from her home in Lilongwe, Malawi, on her first trip outside of Africa to participate in various United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) week events and share her experiences of living with HIV. Listen to Violet’s speech at Johnson & Johnson’s event – “Can Youth be the Key to Unlocking Improved Health for Women and Children? Voices of Innovation for MDGs 4, 5 & 6.” Violet was also featured between Hillary Clinton and Graca Machel in a Huffington Post article on women taking measures to empower women and girls globally.
  • Cycle to Zero

    mothers2mothers (m2m) launches our inaugural cycle event this year, riding from the mountainous Kingdom of Swaziland to “the place where the sun rises,” Mpumalanga, South Africa. The journey takes us from the Usutu Forest to the edges of the incredible Kruger National Park, visiting m2m sites along the way.

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    cycletozero - the route

  • Victoria Beckham Appointed UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador

    Leading fashion designer and m2m supporter Victoria Beckham was recently appointed to be an International Goodwill Ambassador for The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). Victoria mentioned her collaboration with m2m, which includes meeting m2m Mentor Mothers in Cape Town earlier this year and the sale of hundreds of items of her iconic wardrobe to support their work, at an event announcing her UNAIDS appointment.

    Watch UNAIDS video | Press release
    Read more about the collaboration

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