OneMama’s Sustainability Project

OneMama Model’s Economic Sustainability component trains clinic members to create their own indigenous crafts and agricultural crops for sale worldwide through the OneMama online Local & International Marketplace. Those funds then return back to the community to sustain the OneMama clinic. Our training includes Entrepreneurial Education to local crafts persons and agriculture workers on how to develop wider capabilities for their goods and crops. The OneMama International Marketplace is an online marketplace which provides a platform to sell local crops and goods and is supported by our international and local partners. The funding created by the Economic Empowerment program, and other local and global funding sources, helps build Clinic sustainability within 5-10 years of set up.
Indigenous Leadership
     •Clinics and programs are maintained utilizing existing lines of leadership, including local political leadership, support from the medical community, and cultural leaders.
     •OneMama clinic is staffed by a local traditional midwife and nurse
     •Operational support is provided by local directors who ensure day-to-day operations function smoothly.
     •OneMama maintains fiscal controls, and oversees the medical practice to ensure treatment is provided to the highest standards and best practices in the region.
     •Partnership within the community helps to remove barriers to services, find solutions to logistical difficulties and enhanced community members’ trust in the clinic.