"SAVE" is a community project implemented by people with like minds; true heroes and genuine humanitarians determined to eradicate maternal mortality in Africa, through personal sacrifice and community support. Ongoing success of the "SAVE" campaign project in Liberia is achieved through dedication, sacrifice, self-motivation, genuine love for humanity, and a deep desire to save thousands of women in Liberia from pregnancy related deaths.
On this site, you will see the past, present and ongoing "SAVE" programs in Liberia. Indeed, we hope that you will volunteer, support or sponsor this noble cause.
1. To organize rallies, media campaigns, TV Talk Shows in order to highlight the plight of women in Africa, particularly, the avoidable deaths of women from treatable pregnancy complications.
2. To call on governments and stakeholders to intervene in reducing maternal mortality rates in Africa; particularly, to call on African governments to provide free obstetrics care for women.
3. To mobilise support, donations and care for rural women in Africa, including visits to obstetrics hospitals to show love to new and expectant mothers.
4. To establish a Trust Fund to assist rural women with obstetrics care. To achieve this, SMI will be collaborating with governments and stakeholders to provide a free and efficient obstetrics care to rural women in Africa.
In Africa, many families are poor and cannot afford cesarean operations in time of pregnancy breach; having free obstetrics care will invariable save hundreds of rural women.
Also, the TRUST FUND will be used to:
5. Establish a Mobile Maternal Health Unit (MMHU) that will visit rural communities to assess the health conditions of pregnant women, with a view to identifying at the earlier stages of pregnancy, women at risk of developing complications during childbirth. The MMHU comprises an ambulance equipped with obstetrics equipments (Ultra
Sound machines etc) and medical personnel.
6. Establish an Obstetrics Emergency Intervention Unit (OEIU) that will rescue women experiencing complications from rural communities to a nearest obstetrics hospital. The OEIU comprises an ambulance or medic helicopters fitted with obstetrics equipments and manned by trained obstetricians and midwifes.