Partners in Health is dedicating this year to fundraising for the improvement of maternal and child health in Liberia following the Ebola crisis. Liberia was one of the three most affected countries as health services were completely shut down and people were denied access to immunizations, treatment of infectious diseases, and safe deliveries. The maternal mortality rate increased to 1,200 deaths per 100,000 live births whereas the rate in America is only 16 deaths per 100,000 live births. Immunizations dropped by 60% as a result of this health crisis, thus increasing people’s susceptibility to diseases. We are interested in fundraising in order to add post-partum and delivery beds, provide mothers with infant care kits, afford food packages for families, cover salaries of trained midwives, and achieve implementation of other essential health care provisions within the Pleebo Health Center in Liberia.