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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  • The Challenge is On!

    Skoll m2m’s goal is to raise $150,000 through the Skoll Social Entrepreneurs Challenge, a six-week fundraising campaign hosted by the Skoll Foundation. That’s enough money for m2m to employ almost 100 Mentor Mothers for one year, capable of reaching thousands of HIV+ mothers and babies with lifesaving education and support. We are also hoping to win some of the $3 million in prize money that Skoll has committed to the Challenge so we can reach even more mothers and babies. To donate or start your own team on behalf of m2m, click here. It’s fun and easy, and m2m is giving away some great prizes to team leaders who do best.
  • Crown Princess Mary of Denmark visits mothers2mothers

    Crown Princess Mary of Demark, together with Minister for Trade and Development Mogens Jensen, met with Mentor Mothers and toured the mothers2mothers (m2m) site at Khayelitsha CHC, a health centre located in a township outside of Cape Town, on Monday, 3rd November. The special guests were also welcomed by m2m President and CEO Frank Beadle de Palomo and Dr. Anthony Hawkridge, Khayelitsha Health District Director. Continue reading
  • The Results are In

    The Results The results for m2m’s 2013 Internal Programme Evaluation are now in and we are delighted to report that m2m clients and their babies showed continued improvement in health behaviours and outcomes. Even more exciting, analysis reveals that women who engaged a Mentor Mother two or more times were significantly more likely to adopt healthy behaviours than clients who saw a Mentor Mother only once. Read more.
  • Cycle to Zero

    mothers2mothers (m2m) launched 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 took the team from the Usutu Forest to the edges of the incredible Kruger National Park, visiting m2m sites along the way.Learn Morecycletozero - the route

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