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New partnership with Euromonitor International aims to save lives of thousands of women and babies in DR Congo

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Humanity & Inclusion UK is proud to announce a new partnership with Euromonitor International.

A mother and her child attending the health centre in Bumbu, DR Congo.

A mother and her child attending the health centre in Bumbu, DR Congo. | © Kristof Vadino/HI

Euromonitor International,  the world’s leading independent provider of strategic market research, have partnered with Humanity & Inclusion UK to deliver a vital maternal and infant health project in the Democratic Republic of Congo. With their support we are working to save the lives of thousands of women and their babies.

The partnership will help Humanity & Inclusion to reach 15,000 pregnant women and 1,000 ambassadors (women who will be trained to provide support and advice for others during and after their pregnancy).

"At Humanity & Inclusion UK we are thrilled to be launching a brand new corporate partnership with Euromonitor International," said Jane Morris, Head of Partnerships & Philanthropy at Humanity & Inclusion UK.

"On behalf of the whole organisation, I would like to thank Euromonitor for their considerable support towards our maternal and child health work in the Democratic Republic of Congo."

"There is no question about it; together we will be saving the lives of women in childbirth and their babies, both now and into the future. Great to have you with us Euromonitor, and here’s to an excellent partnership."

"We are delighted to have Humanity & Inclusion as a new headline partner and to be backing this excellent project which meets one of our core goals of supporting women and healthcare in developing countries," said Sarah Hunter CSR Director, Euromonitor International.

 

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