Social Media Toolkit
Social Media Toolkit for Champions for Change Summit Promotion
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Help us promote the Champions for Change Summit, important statistics and messages everyone needs to know about maternal mortality and morbidity. You can download all the graphics below or share them as we post them from our various channels.
Use the graphics to help spread the word!
Follow us for additional posts and to see speaker announcements as soon as they happen.
We will add to the speakers section of graphics as we announce them.
Week of July 15
Kick-Off Partner and Speaker Announcements
Week of July 22
Continue individual partner spotlights and announce Keynote Speaker.
Week of July 29
Continue individual partner spotlights and announce workshops.
Week of August 5
Continue individual partner spotlights and announce panels.
For each post, you can use your own messaging or choose a key message, download a social media post graphic, and include a call-to-action to share on your channels! Post anywhere and anytime you want
Please remember to use the hashtags #MoMMAsVoices and #UseYourMomVoice and to tag us!
1) Register today 2) Spread the word 3) Visit mommasvoices.org to learn more
The U.S. ranks 47th worldwide and is the only industrialized nation with a rising maternal mortality rate
For every pregnancy-related death, there are at least 70x more
"near-misses" and 500x more cases of bad outcomes
Approximately 700 women die each year in the U.S. due to pregnancy or childbirth complications
Two women die in childbirth almost every day in America. About 700 a year.
About 137 women per day — 50,000 per year — suffer severe complications or life-threatening injuries.
The best estimates say half of the deaths could be prevented.
For every maternal death, an estimated 70 other women suffer severe complications of pregnancy or childbirth
The rate of major complications in childbirth more than doubled in recent years
The U.S. saw a 26% increase in the maternal mortality rate from 2000 to 2014
Black women are three to four times more likely to die of pregnancy-related complications in the U.S.
Pregnancy-related deaths are most common amongst Black and Hispanic women
For every 13 white women, there are 44 black women who die from childbirth related causes.
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