LITT INC. partners with non for profits that focus on women and children health.
Kawasaki Disease Canada
Kawasaki disease is the leading cause of acquired heart disease in children. It is an acute illness that causes inflammation in the walls of blood vessels throughout the body, including the coronary arteries, which supply blood to the heart.
Kawasaki Disease Canada is a registered national charity with a mission to promote awareness and education about Kawasaki disease, support individuals and family members affected by the disease, and advance research into the disease and its consequences. To learn more, visit kdcanada.org.
CARE is a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty. Founded in 1945, CARE began delivering vital disaster relief and humanitarian aid – much of it in the globally recognized form of CARE Packages. CARE has remained a leader in disaster response for more than 70 years while building expertise in international development programming to deliver lasting change worldwide. Last year, CARE worked in 90 countries, reaching more than 72 million people based on need alone. Today, CARE Canada focuses on food and nutrition, humanitarian relief, and maternal and reproductive health, all with a special emphasis on women and girls. To learn more, visit: www.care.ca or follow @CARECanada on Twitter.
Saving Mothers is an organization dedicated to eradicating preventable maternal deaths and birth-related complications in the developing world. It is our firm belief that the vast majority of these deaths are due to lack of access to basic reproductive care, and that this lack of access is a human rights violation on a grand scale. At Saving Mothers, we believe that all women are entitled to quality reproductive care, and that their lives, their children's lives, and the basic fabric of society depends on this. Founded and run by medical professionals, our approach to this issue centers on educating and empowering women so they can become active participants in decision-making regarding their sexual and reproductive health. We also educate and train local healthcare providers to ensure that women in low-resource areas have access to the quality of care they deserve.