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Birthing Kit Foundation (Australia)

Org #6550
Vetted since 2010 Site Visit Verified
2006
year founded
$29,323
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

BKFA works with organisations and communities to provide a clean birthing environment for women in developing countries in order to reduce the incidence of infant and maternal mortality. We respect peoples' dignity and values and work according to principles of basic human rights. We raise awareness, provide support and resources and act as a catalyst for the creation of birth attendant training programmes and community development projects.

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Nicole Marshall
Nicole Marshall
BK FA
BK FA
Team
Nicole Marshall, Zeshi Fisher, Matthew Anderson, Kellie Steltzer
Organization Information
PO Box 330
Belair, SA 5052
Australia
65 121 658 428

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #7446391261
Organization Information
PO Box 330
Belair, SA 5052
Australia
65 121 658 428

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #7446391261

Project Reports

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Mar 30, 2020
The gift of birthing kits reduces mothers' financial burden
Our field partner, Aid for Africa Down Under (AFADU) are supporting women in Zimbabwe. They provided us with this testimonial about the importance of birthing kits to ensure a healthy birth and reduce...
Dec 30, 2019
Perfect Timing in Papua New Guinea
Over the past year, Birthing Kit Foundation Australia (BKFA) has been working in partnership with No Roads Health to distribute Birthing Kits throughout villages on the north-east coast of Papua New...
Oct 2, 2019
Right place at the right time: a birthing kit supports a healthy delivery in transit
Our field partner, On Call Africa, provides birthing kits to rural health facilities in Zambia. One of the local doctors recalls an experience from the field, when a mother went into labour...
 
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