Young, pregnant and HIV positive. It’s a situation many women in sub-Saharan Africa found themselves in during the course of the AIDS epidemic. But since 2001, a program called Mentor Mothers has helped about one million women not only survive, but thrive. “Mothers2Mothers came about because we recognized there was an enormous gap in services in healthcare in the developing world, particularly in Africa – and particularly around pregnant women and birth,” said Robin Smalley, co-founder and ...