A2M2, (Attack Avoidable Maternal Mortality/Morbidity) is an international teen-led nonprofit that aims to tackle the unfathomable loss of lives and burden of disease caused by mortality and morbidity during pregnancy and childbirth. Apart from multiple online efforts, we are present on the ground in 22 countries around the world and are constantly working to spearhead change and dialogue in underdeveloped, neglected and remote communities.View Our Team
Approximate number of women that die each year due to pregancy-related complications. According to the WHO, a majority of these deaths are preventable.
The incidence of maternal morbidity is 16 times higher than mortality. Many bacterial diseases can affect women for weeks and negatively impact the newborn.
Percent of women in developing countries deficient in one or more key micronutrients at the start of their pregnancies. 18% are deficient in 5 or more.
Our online blog has well-researched articles from multiple teenage authors who aim to increase awareness of this area. If you’re interested in writing for the blog, check out the form at the bottom of the page.
We distribute birthing kits and information sheets in various languages to women in developing countries. The sheets are easily readable, covering vital aspects for healthy pregnancies, especially in rural contexts.
A2M2 raises funds to ensure that women in underserved regions can easily access the products and services they need. If you’re interested in donating money to our cause, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our edited, professionally-produced podcast brings conversations on maternal mortality/morbidity into the public eye. If you wish to appear on our podcast, shoot us an email at email@example.com
A2M2 uses multiple social media sites to reach a diverse group of people. Our aim is to educate them about maternal mortality & morbidity through bite-sized content; we also provide tips specifically for pregnant women.
We conduct workshops in communities, primarily in the Global South, to reach women in exceptionally-challenging conditions and make sure that they have access to the information they need.