Helping mothers less fortunate

A pregnancy is a threat to life for far too many women. Every purchase of a
Hatch course helps to tackle this problem

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Around 300,000 women die every year simply because they got pregnant

This is mostly in the developing world, where access to maternity care is poor. Most of these deaths are preventable. And that’s not even including the millions of preventable injuries, diseases and other treatable complications.

The simple truth is this: better prenatal and postnatal care would improve and save the lives of a colossal number of women and children.

You’re supporting mothers that desperately need help

Hatch is dedicated to helping women thrive on their journey to motherhood. So we’re proud to donate $5 USD of the fee from each Hatch course purchased from the website to Every Mother Counts.

This international charity works tirelessly to prevent maternal mortality is in countries where it is a shocking and preventable problem.

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Why did we choose Every Mother Counts?

Because they’re effective. Every Mother Counts is on the ground providing support for mothers and babies – when it really matters and where it really makes a difference. They’re dedicated to making childbirth safe for every mother, by supporting maternal health programmes around the world.

Every Mother Counts provides vital transportation, medical supplies, and education. They’re responsible for over $17 million that has been invested in education, community engagement and grant making. Across 8 countries, they’ve improved the lives of nearly one million mothers, children and healthcare provides.

I’ve always felt a personal drive and responsibility to help women during pregnancy and childbirth. It pains me to think about those mothers that don’t have adequate maternity care and support. So we try to give a little back.

I’ve always felt a personal driive
and responsibility to help women
during pregnancy and childbirth.
It pains me to think about those
mothers that don’t have
adequate maternity care and
support. So we try to give
a little back.

Sofie Jacobs | Founder of Urban Hatch

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