OneMama builds health Clinics in developing countries around the world to empower impoverished communities through opportunities for safer births, health support, and economic sustainability programs. OneMama clinics provide birthing services, general medical healthcare, and entrepreneurial support to clinic members.
OneMama seeks to expand its current model to build new clinics worldwide. The OneMama Three Tiered Model will bring birthing clinics, medical services and Economic Empowerment programs to other areas of the world where people live on less than $1.25 per day. OneMama plans to build 250 clinics to support rural communities around the world that live in poverty. Poverty impacts people in various ways, but one of the most effective ways to measure and to resolve global inequalities is to address health and Economic Empowerment disparities. OneMama takes the strengths within a community, the people, and brings resources to make a dramatic difference in a local community. OneMama’s Three Tiered approach provides funding to build a permanent clinic space, supplies medical equipment, training, medicines, vitamins, information about preventing disease and birth defects while providing ongoing support to local health care givers. In addition, OneMama brings supplies and materials to local women crafts-workers and agricultural growers, and an online sales platform based in the U.S. so entrepreneurs can create and sell their goods in markets they normally would not have access to.