Bill Gates said, “Poverty is sexist.” Fistula is a dire—but treatable—symptom of poverty, and it impacts the world’s poorest and most vulnerable women disproportionately.
The women we serve have limited access to emergency obstetric care, and they lack the political power to advocate for better conditions. Their health is disregarded, and their pain is minimized.
In honor of International Women’s Day on Friday, March 8, you can support women who have suffered, simply for trying to bring a child into the world. You can help make women’s health a priority as a matter of gender equality.
Will you open your heart and send love to Kenya?
Your gift will be MATCHED, up to $100,000, to support life-transforming surgeries for women in Kenya.