Sustainability is the key to long-term success, and we’re proud to empower people to make a difference in their own families and communities.
In Uganda, expectant mothers are required to bring all of their own delivery supplies to the hospital, including a baby blanket, sanitary pads, and diapers, which is a burden in itself—not to mention the shame associated with being unable to afford these items, which often results in unsafe births at home.
That's why we've partnered with Plural Studios and Sewing Hope Foundation to create one-of-a-kind reversible tote bags that can save Ugandan mothers and their newborn babies.
Moyo Hospital Workshop
Pipeline Worldwide has facilitated the reopening of the workshop by providing a new workshop design, tool and equipment specifications and procurement, power design and procurement, product design ideas including instructions and prototypes, sourcing and supplying initial inventory of raw materials, and developing a business plan for sustainable income.
Household Solar Light Distribution
Pipeline Woorldwide distributed 1,500 Namene solar lights to healthcare centers and remote villages in June of this year. These are small (4” x 6”) lights that, when charged during the day, produce about 6 hours of light.