The Mother and Child Health and Education Trust

We employ all communications technologies to reach and transfer health and nutrition knowledge directly from and to the whole community. We have several portals and web sites, initiatives, projects and implementations that reflect our larger contribution towards using innovation for empowering rural masses.

Member profile

Since 1997 we have been addressing the challenge of improving health education in underdeveloped countries by working within the existing health framework to establish and promote health educational programs that will provide rapid and long-term capacity-building to improve health and quality of life, and will give mothers and communities more control over their health status.

We use all the media available to us; web sites, mobile phones, television, radio, cinema screens, education satellites, computer-based training, posters, and more - to better inform and educate communities, so that good health practices spread as quickly as possible.

Main activities

Partnered with national and state governments, we work to assist in educating mothers and children, teachers and students, doctors and village health workers, and a variety of community leaders, in the targeted areas of health, water, hygiene, and sanitation.

Our projects deal with broad programmes involving large numbers of people, and they often cite statistics to discuss the health concerns of these people. We wish to remember, then, that every statistic is comprised of a large number of individuals – individuals loved by their families and communities, and individuals who (or whose parents) work hard to contribute to those communities. Too many of these individuals die before having a fair chance at life while many others who live are left to lead a life forever handicapped by a childhood of hunger, illness and both physical and mental underdevelopment.

Behind all our efforts is the principle that every individual matters, that life is a precious gift and every unnecessary and avoidable death is a great tragedy and moral challenge.

We also wish to remember that health education is at its core an attempt to value life and each individual, and that a new order of health can be achieved to save these lives, which is our prime goal and purpose.

Links to the health workforce crisis

Our main portals and web sites: