OneMama’s Infrastructure & Power Project

OneMama clinics are built in accordance with local building standards and contain three wings:
• A birthing wing
• A medical wing
• Education and economic sustainability community center

OneMama’s initial goals are to provide traditional midwives with a clean and equipped birthing location. Our clinics also include electricity through generators or solar, if no electrical service is available. OneMama clinics also include refrigeration systems and electrical services for more sophisticated medical equipment, if available.

BUILDING: OneMama builds 3-Wing clinics (Birthing wing, Medical Wing, and Economic Sustainability Wing) we estimate the cost to build an OneMama clinic averages $100,000- $150,000.
• This includes buildings, solar power, medical equipment and supplies
• This can include nurse and medical staff for one year
• The follow up years cost $20,000 to $30,000 to maintain clinic running procedures.
• We have proven that the 3 tier OneMama model works
• The ideal model is to have a 3 wing clinic at each geographic location (birthing wing, medical wing, and educational economic sustainability community center) all based in improvised rural communities that use traditional midwives.

SOLAR: OneMama works with partners to supply and install solar panels and to provide power at our facilities. Bringing a light switch to these rural communities is a symbol of the bright future they have with OneMama on their side.

OneMama Brings Power to Rural Uganda