Partner with us
Partnerships are at the heart of mothers2mothers (m2m). Our Mentor Mother Model is rooted in the power of working together. By partnering with governments, multilaterals, individuals, and other organisations, we leverage our resources and expertise to achieve even greater impact. m2m always welcomes new partners and innovative approaches. Let us know how we can work together to create a truly HIV-free generation and support African women and families to thrive.
Below are some of the ways we partner with diverse organisations. If you are interested in discussing partnership opportunities, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our corporate partners share our vision for gender and health equality. Their support has helped us grow and strengthen our programme, enhance our services, create economic empowerment opportunities for women living with HIV, while also raising awareness and support for our work among staff and customers.
Trusts and Foundations
Philanthropic partnerships have powered m2m since we began. Support from visionary funders around the globe has allowed us to be bold in our client-centred programming and stay on the frontlines of innovation to deliver health and hope to women and families across sub-Saharan Africa.
Government Agencies & Multilateral Organisations
Over the years, m2m has partnered with more than 15 governments—both in the countries where we work, and as donors. These strong working relationships have helped us to drive widespread change and create sustainability. What is more, we have partnered with and been recognised by major multilaterals such as UNICEF, UNAIDS, and the World Health Organization.
m2m is delighted to partner with so many like-minded NGOs—large and small, global and local—while supporting other organisations to grow. By combining our strengths and expertise, we are able to improve the health and wellbeing of more women, children, adolescents, and men.
We are grateful to the many individuals who support our work. These vital funds help women and families access essential health services, while also making it possible for us to leverage millions of dollars in programme-specific grants.