In rural Nepal women risk their lives to give birth every day. Most women in these areas do not have access to a skilled health provider or facility in which to deliver. Because of this lack of access to essential care, a Nepali woman dies due to preventable complications of pregnancy or childbirth every eight hours. Every hour, two Nepali newborns take their final breaths, the majority being less than a day old. One Heart World-Wide was founded on the principle that access to lifesaving care is a human right—and we aim to deliver care to all of the families who lack access to these vital services across rural Nepal.