PREGNANCY TWINNING now supports Mums and Dads through the most formative phase of their baby’s life; the first 1,000 days from conception to their 2nd birthday.
Research shows that a baby’s brain is developing and expanding at an exponential rate during this critical period. At the time when parents have a thousand dreams for their child’s future, the brain is being built to enable these dreams – or not. This effects babies in Africa in terms of physical and mental stunting, and in the UK in terms of the child’s future mental health.
We’re twinning pregnancies across the world, and helping to make the most of those first 1000 days. Its one of the best investments you can make.
Become a 1000 dreams investor!
1000 dreams – our 3-year goal is to see 1000 mums in Africa, and 1000 mums in the UK, be fully supported during their first 1000 days. Will you be one of the 1000 supporters needed to reach this goal?
We are working in Africa, giving mums and dads support through Mother Buddies, and in the UK, providing resources for mums and dads to make the most of their first 1000 days.
We provide support for good mental health and wellbeing for expectant and new mums and dads in the UK - for example, if your feeling stressed, anxious or depressed check out our free resources, or book online counselling!Download free resources, or book counselling
We provide vulnerable pregnant women and their families in Malawi and Nigeria with a 'Mother Buddy' who visits them at home to give them support through the first 1000 daysGive the gift of life now
7 wishes every parent has for their child - What are yours?View inspiring dreams
SUPPORT A MUM
Please will you help a mum and her baby in Africa to make the most of the first 1000 days and make a difference for a lifetime!Give now
MEET some families who have been supported through the first 1000 days
Meet Judith and other mums and their children. They are all have children who are at least 2 years old and they and their families have been supported by a Mother Buddy in the IMPACT programme in Malawi. They explain just what a difference the support has made to them!Read their stories