About Us
 Nurture Project International believes that safe and supported motherhood is a human right. We are currently responding to the crisis, conflict, and disaster in Europe and the Middle East.

It is supporters like you who help save and improve people's lives every single day. It is people like you we are providing lifesaving supplies to people affected by the war in Syria and Iraq.  Right now families in some of the world's toughest places need your help.

Our Services
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    Nutrition Support

    Nurture Project International has a team of dedicated nutritionists who provide weekly food packs to pregnant and lactating mothers, children from the age of six months to twenty-four months, and children at the risk of malnutrition from age two to five.  Each pack costs around €3.50 and is filled with rice, protein, and fresh fruit […]

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    Reproductive Healthcare Services

    Nurture Project International provides family planning support, reproductive care, and basic midwifery support from EU licensed midwives.  We provide referrals to local hospitals, clinics, and camp medical staff for complex or high-risk pregnancies. Our midwives provide prenatal care in our shelters in refugee camps and complex emergencies.

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    Infant Feeding Support

    Amid the scramble to provide adequate shelter and care in emergency situations, the outline is emerging of an effective and low-cost intervention: providing a safe place where mothers can rest, eat and receive good advice about breastfeeding and nutrition. In the past, mothers may have received some breastfeeding support at health centres, feeding centres or […]

Our Team

Brooke Bauer, MPH

Founder and CEO



Leah Navarro

Executive Administrator

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Kellie Ramirez

Mobile Peer Support Project Manager


Sally Beaumont

Volunteer Director


Helen Schicketanz

Communications and Research

Refugees primarily from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan crossing the border on foot from Sid in Serbia to Croatia. Nearly 200,000 migrants have entered the country since mid-September, Croatia is struggling to manage the influx of refugees after Hungary closed its border, re-routing migrants toward Slovenia.

Europe is experiencing one of the most significant influxes of migrants and refugees in its history. Pushed by civil war and terror and pulled by the promise of a better life, hundreds of thousands of people have fled the Middle East and Africa, risking their lives along the way.

Sagal Shirdon

Volunteer Fundraising Coordinator