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PEBBLES OF HOPE

15 million babies are born premature—that’s 1 in 10 births—every year, worldwide.
Sadly, 1 million infants continue to die each year of complications from
premature birth. Most of these deaths are preventable.

Through education, mentoring and media, Pebbles of Hope is helping make sure premature babies have a fighting chance—not just to live, but to thrive.
HOW WE WORK
Using innovations in media, technology and communications to empower parents of preemies in underserved areas, Pebbles of Hope is working to end the preventable death and disability of premature babies around the world.
EDUCATION

EDUCATION

Creating and delivering content to educate parents and caregivers on how to care for preterm babies when they come home.

MENTORING

MENTORING

Connecting parents, community health workers and birth attendants with expert medical professionals for critical guidance.

MEDIA

MEDIA

Developing multi-media behavior change campaigns to address critical practices for parents and communities to improve the health and wellbeing of premature babies in underserved areas.

OUR INSPIRATION – NATHAN’S STORY
Pebbles of Hope was inspired by the story of the founder’s son, Nathan, who was born 16 weeks premature and spent 140 days in the NICU before coming home. Now Nathan is a healthy and thriving toddler, and our hope is that one day all babies, even those born too soon, will have a chance at life just like Nathan.
LATEST FROM BLOG
Read more about the latest prematurity news and our quest to end the preventable death and disability of premature babies around the world.
Giving the world’s smallest babies a fighting chance.