Investing in safer motherhood means investing in the future

The Motherhood Collective Impact program (MCIP) is a not-for-profit
partnership that aims to address the most challenging issues in maternal
health by taking a new, co-impact and systems-based approach.

Safe Motherhood Week 2019


Help us understand women’s information needs and
preferences during pregnancy and breastfeeding

Maternal Health Synapse

Bring global visibility to your maternal & neonatal health activities,
find partners and best practices, and solve maternal health
challenges in an efficient, sustainable way.

Safe Motherhood Week 2019
Accessibility to quality maternal
care and safe medication
14th – 20th October

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Our Programs

Equal access to healthcare is a fundamental right. In reality, however, Europe’s migrant and ethnic minority mothers are often failing to receive adequate treatment. This is particularly crucial when it comes to healthcare before, during, and after pregnancy.

Healthy mothers and babies mean healthy societies. We all have a role to play in making motherhood safe. Maternal health risks are mostly abandoned as a non-priority topic, and is often streamlined into other topics and we aim to change that.

It's time to break the silence around pregnancy and medicine. Having a disease shouldn't mean you can't have a child. And being pregnant or breastfeeding shouldn't prevent you from getting treatment.

Bring global visibility to your maternal & neonatal health activities, find partners and best practices, and solve maternal health challenges in an efficient, sustainable way.

Other Projects

CONCEPTION is an EU-funded Innovative Medicines Initiative that will improve monitoring and communication of medication safety in pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Who can join MCIP?

We welcome membership from institutions, organisations and enterprises that support a world where all women have equitable access to high-quality maternal healthcare, and are looking for new members with the commitment and expertise to work with us to make it a reality.

Maternal health initiatives, organisations, people and resources from around the world in one place

Our partners