Member organisations agree to support the overall vision by participating in collaborative efforts to further GAMMH’s objectives.

Member organisations are international or transnational (more than one country) and not-for-profit. The extent of their involvement is dependent on members’ own capacity. It is not necessary to contribute financially. There is no joining fee.

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The African Alliance for Maternal Mental Health (AAMMH) is an alliance of organizations and individuals working together to improve the mental health of mothers in Africa.

CEPPs aims to do for mothers and young children what the Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs) of the UN Global Compact are doing for women in the workplace.

The Foundation for Mother & Child Health (FMCH) works to improve the lives of mothers and children in local communities by providing programs focused on health, nutrition, education and sustainable skills training

The aim of FIGO is to improve the health and well-being of women and newborns worldwide. FIGO works to enable every woman to achieve active participation in her own health and rights, and the highest possible standards of health.

The International Marcé Society for Perinatal Mental Health is an international, interdisciplinary organization dedicated to supporting research and assistance surrounding prenatal and postpartum mental health for mothers, fathers and their babies.

The Maternal Mental Health Leadership Alliance promotes the mental health of mothers and childbearing people in the United States with a focus on national policy and health equity.
MMHLA advocates for improved maternal mental health care and serves as a clearinghouse of information related to maternal mental health.

Perinatal Mental Health Project addresses the problem of widespread common mental health conditions amongst pregnant and postnatal women in low-resource settings. We do this by supporting the integration of quality maternal mental health care into existing mother and child initiatives.

Postpartum Support International works to increase awareness among public and professional communities about the emotional changes that women experience during pregnancy and postpartum.

The World Organization of Prenatal Education Associations promotes the principles of conscious prenatal parenthood from before conception, by informing future parents, professionals and the general public.

The World Association for Infant Mental Health promotes education, research, and study of the effects of mental, emotional and social development during infancy on later normal and psychopathological development.

A multidisciplinary group of international maternal mental health activists, academics, clinicians and people with lived experience are coming together once a year to raise awareness of this ever topic to demand maternal mental health services for all

Make Mothers Matter defends and supports mothers as agents of change. Founded in 1947, we are an international NGO and count with delegations at the UN-with general consultative status-, the European Union and UNESCO, transparently relaying the concerns and needs of mothers. 

We bring mothers closer together, while recognising their key role in education, health, economy and peace which are the 4 poles of action in which Make Mothers Matter acts through advocacy, networking and communication.

We federate a network of member associations and partners active in the field throughout the world.

We believe that despite the diversity of their cultures and socio-economic environments, mothers have much in common, such as a concern for a better world for their children