Improving lives of Women and Children in Innovative Ways.
The Foundation for Mother & Child Health three sister organisations, aim to ensure every child reaches their potential and this is not hindered by lack of parental knowledge. We do this through provision of programmes improving knowledge around maternal and child health.
WHO WE ARE
We are a group of three sister organisations working to improve the health and wellbeing of mothers and children in the UK, Indonesia and India: FMCH-UK; FMCH-Indonesia and FMCH-India . Our mission at The Foundation for Mother & Child Health, is to create a world where every mother is able to receive the knowledge and support she needs for her children to reach their full potential - irrespective of her social, economic or religious background.
"A woman is the full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform" Diane Mariechild
ACTIVITIES IN UK, INDIA and INDONESIA
Working in collaboration with ForMed Films and other Not for Profit organisations, we have produced a short animation to raise awareness of the importance of maintaining mental wellbeing in parents during pregnancy and beyond. "Perinatal Positivity" was launched on 5th September 2018 and has received great feedback. Watch it below.
FMCH-UK collaborates with a number of different organisations to raise awareness of the importance of maintaining mental wellbeing in parents around the world. We are a proud member of the Global Alliance for Maternal Mental Health, a coalition committed to improving the mental wellbeing of women and their children in pregnancy and the first postnatal year (perinatal period). Click here for more information.
We are also proud to collaborate with Mark Williams of 'Fathers Reaching Out' in a new project "How are you, Dad?" in a bid to improve recognition of mothers AND fathers who may be experiencing difficulties with their mental wellbeing during pregnancy and beyond: Visit the new project site:
Together with our independent sister organisations FMCH India and FMCH Indonesia, we aim to improve the lives of children and their parents during the first 1000 days as knowledge sharing partners.