At SMI Kenya, we are dedicated to reducing maternal mortality and enhancing the health and well-being of mothers. Our mission is to ensure that every woman in Kenya has access to safe childbirth and quality maternal care.
We envision a future where maternal health is a priority in Kenya, where every pregnancy is safe, and every mother can look forward to a healthy future with her child.
Our Aims and Objectives:
To significantly reduce maternal mortality rates in Kenya.
To raise awareness about maternal health challenges and advocate for better healthcare services for women.
To collaborate with government agencies, local and international NGOs, healthcare providers, and community leaders to improve maternal health.
To establish emergency intervention units and support services for pregnant women, especially in rural areas.
The "SAVE" Campaign:
"Save African Women from Pregnancy-Related Deaths" (SAVE) is our flagship campaign in Kenya. It's a community initiative led by dedicated individuals committed to eradicating maternal mortality in Africa.
Why Join "SAVE"?
Africa, including Kenya, faces a critical challenge with nearly half of the world's pregnancy-related deaths.
Joining "SAVE" means contributing to a collective effort to safeguard the lives of mothers in Kenya.
The campaign aligns with the United Nations' Millennium Development Goal of reducing maternal mortality by 75%.
Our Collaborative Efforts:
Advocating for governmental support to provide free and efficient obstetric care for rural women.
Establishing a trust fund to assist women who cannot afford essential medical procedures.
Supporting the creation of emergency intervention units for timely medical assistance to pregnant women.
Support our mission by volunteering, sponsoring, or advocating for maternal health in Kenya.
Help us raise awareness and gather resources to make a tangible difference in the lives of women and children.
Click here to volunteer, support, or learn more about the "SAVE" campaign in Kenya
For more information on our objectives and ongoing projects, click here to read more.