Moderated by m2m Co-founder Robin Smalley, this intimate, candid conversation with Babalwa Mbono and her 15-year-old daughter, Anathi, will inform, inspire, and captivate.

200 Clarendon Street, Boston MA 02116
May 18, 2018
Noon – 2:00 pm Lunch will be provided.

To learn more about Babalwa and Anathi, you may read about them at and the Johnson & Johnson website.

mothers2mothers (m2m) is an Africa-based nonprofit that unlocks the potential of local HIV-positive mothers to eliminate pediatric AIDS and create healthy families.  m2m employs, trains, and helps empower these “Mentor Mothers,” who work in communities and health facilities to ensure that women and their families get the health advice and medication they need, are linked to the right clinical services and are supported on their treatment journey. For the third consecutive year, m2m has eliminated pediatric AIDS among its clients with an average transmission rate of 1.6%.  in 2016 alone, they and their partners enrolled almost two million new clients and helped to protect 700,000 infants across eight sub-Saharan countries from HIV infection.