SOS has been addressing health inequities globally for 25 years. Globally, the largest group experiencing social disadvantage are women and children.
This year SOS is piloting a Maternal and Child Health Initiative. This initiative was designed to empower women in communities around the world by creating the access to the medical care they need. We have supplied a health and education center for young mothers in Sierra Leone and the first medical facility of it's kind in rural Uganda. These steps to provide health and education will improve lives and transform the entire region.