Global Team of 200



Global Team of 200 is a highly specialized group of members of Mom Bloggers for Social Good that concentrates on issues involving women and girls, children, world hunger and maternal health.


Our Motto: Individually we are all powerful. Together we can change the world. We believe in the power of collective action to help others and believe in ourselves to make this world a better place for our children and the world’s children.






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Not many of us know that in Uganda a lot of women are infected by HIV/AIDS. Aside from that, because it is a poverty-stricken nation, a lot of women especially the birthing ones are not given enough medical attention. (via Maternal Health, Women Empowerment and Shanti Uganda » My Charmed Mom)

Shanti Uganda has assisted in bringing 113 new lives into the world safely and peacefully, tested over 400 mothers and partners for HIV and other STIs, provided 1000 antenatal care appointments and run a weekly infant immunization and family planning program. Now they need to expand their services to meet the increasing needs of the community. (via My little jaunt to Uganda-ish - Gabbing with Grace - Gabbing with Grace)

n 2012 Shanti Uganda has assisted in bringing 113 new lives into the world safely and peacefully, tested over 400 mothers and partners for HIV and other STIs, provided 1000 antenatal care appointments and run a weekly infant immunization and family planning program. As the community grows, so do the needs of the organization. (via Help and Empower Ugandan Mothers with Shanti Uganda | peek a baby)

Please check out all of their opportunities to give to donate any amount to help purchase an acre of land, provide birth supplies & emergency transportation to over 2000 Ugandan women, provide solar power for the birth house & laboratory or a place to call home. (via Adventures With My Boys: Shanti Uganda–Opportunities to Give)

In Uganda, 16 women die EVERY DAY from childbirth.It is also home of the highest rate of teenage pregnancy in Sub-Saharan Africa, with 50% of girls being married before they turn 18. (via Shanti Uganda is Helping Women and Communities)

This month, through the Global Team of 200 we are helping raise awareness and attention for Shanti Uganda which improves infant and maternal health, provides safe women-centered care and supports the well-being of birthing mothers and women living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda. (via Blog)

In 2012, Shanti Uganda assisted in bringing 113 new lives into the world safely and peacefully, tested over 400 mothers and partners for HIV and other STIs, provided 1000 antenatal care appointments and ran a weekly infant immunization and family planning program. (via Maternal Health with Shanti Uganda | Evolving Stacey)

We’re all about babies here at The Right Hand Mom. We have babies, we support women who birth them and we love writing about babies. And, today marks 39 years since I was a baby, so it’s fitting then that today’s M.a.D Monday topic be, you guessed it, babies. (via M.a.D About Babies: Shanti Uganda | The Right Hand Mom)

The Shanti Uganda Society improves infant and maternal health, provides safe women-centered care and supports the well-being of birthing mothers and women living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda. (via Saved Sister: Missions Monday - Shanti Uganda)

In a country where 16 women die giving birth each day and 18 percent of new HIV infections are transmitted from mother to child, Shanti Uganda provides a safe, nurturing and empowering birthing house for Ugandan mothers. (via Shanti Uganda Provides Needed Infant and Maternal Health Care #globalteamof200 | Sweetness of Life & Motherhood)

In 2012, Shanti Uganda assisted in bringing 113 new lives into the world safely and peacefully, tested over 400 mothers and partners for HIV and other STIs, provided 1000 antenatal care appointments and run a weekly infant immunization and family planning program. Now they need to expand their services to meet the increasing needs of the community. (via Crazy Casa K: Good Work - The Shanti Uganda Society)