Black Women’s Health Imperative is a site dedicated to improving the African American Woman’s physical mental, and spiritual health and wellness.
Sisterhood Agenda creates and implements activities for women and girls with special emphasis on females of African descent
Birthing Project encourages better birth outcomes by providing practical support to women during pregnancy and for one year after the birth of their children.
Mesothelioma Resource Online has created and developed their website to provide answers and support for people diagnosed with mesothelioma cancer (a rare form of cancer that is caused by exposure to asbestos) as well as their families and loved ones.
Midwifery Today promotes the heart and science of birth and is a wonderful resource for articles, events, and e-news.
Michel Odent is a French obstetrician and has been influencing the history of childbirth and health for decades. His website focuses on the life period with the highest adaptability and vulnerability to environmental factors – the period inside the womb
Elizabeth Davis is a renowned expert on women’s issues.
Robbie Davis-Floyd(PhD) is a cultural anthropologist who studies reproduction, focusing on childbirth and midwifery.
Penny Simkin has assisted hundreds of women or couples through childbirth as a doula. She is the author of many books and the producer of a number of videos on birth for both parents and professionals and offers them here in her store.
The Latin American and Caribbean Network for the Humanization of the Childbirth (RELACAHUPAN) is a set of national networks, groups and people which propose to improve the experience of childbirth and the way to be born.
African American Coalition against AIDS was founded in 2002 for the explicit purpose of filling a void in the landscape of organizations engaged in HIV/AIDS work.
The Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health focuses attention on the life-changing discoveries being made in the first period of human development from preparation for pregnancy through the postpartum period and establishment of breastfeeding.
International Center for Traditional Childbearing (ICTC) is an infant mortality prevention, breast-feeding promotion and midwife training non-profit organisation.
Mother’s Advocate is dedicated to helping you have the healthiest, safest, most satisfying birth possible.
Choices in childbirth is a non-profit organization that is a national leader in consumer advocacy and outreach for women and their families.
The Lamaze Institute For Normal Birth was launched to support initiatives that provide credible, relevant and useful information about normal birth to new and expectant parents and childbirth professionals
The Childbirth Connection, formerly Maternity Center Association, is a not-for-profit organization that has worked to improve maternity care for mothers, babies and families since 1918. We promote safe, effective, and satisfying evidence-based maternity care. Evidence-based maternity care means using the best research about the safety and effectiveness of specific tests, treatments, and interventions to help you make informed decisions.
The International Cesarean Awareness Network (ICAN) provides information such as how to prevent an unnecessary cesarean, vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) and how to find resources in your community.
The International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) aims to improve the health and well-being of babies and young children, their mothers and their families through the protection, promotion and support of breastfeeding practices.
The Baby Feeding Law Group (BFLG) is a coalition of UK organizations working for the implementation of the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes into UK legislation
Dr. Newman’s Articles offers a wealth of free online resources for breastfeeding mothers as well as health care professionals
Forum on Maternity and the Newborn is the Royal Society of Medicine Forum on Maternity and the Newborn. For the discussion of issues at the cutting edge of pregnancy, birth, and care of the newborn.
Midwives Information and Resource Service MIDIRS mission is To be the central source of information relating to childbirth and to disseminate this information to midwives and others, both nationally and internationally.
Student Midwife Support Network is the busiest online support network for student midwives.