Press Release 8th April 2015:

New agreement will help save mothers’ lives in low-income countries 

On April 8th there was an important press release stating an agreement which represents a partnership between the UN Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women and Children, The Clinton Health Access Initiative Inc.,The Safe Motherhood Program at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and the Blue Fuzion Group, which supplies the product – the LifewrapTM NASG. We would encourage you to read the full statement for more information on how to obtain this life-saving garment. If you would like to read the Press Release, please click here



12th December 2014


LifeWrap International have been busy with some large orders in the last 3 months of the year.  Our supplier has been working very hard to finish the LifeWraps on time and to the high standard required.  So far the LifeWrap NASG has been sent all around the globe, from Bolivia and Colombia in Latin America, to Cambodia and the Philippines in Asia, and just recently we have sent large orders to Nigeria and Tanzania.


Dr. Suellen MillerWe are so thankful to Dr. Suellen Miller (Pictured - centre) who has travelled to many of these places to facilitate training which will start the process of saving lives in these low-resource settings.  

Here is some feedback from one of the care givers who has recently received training from Dr. Miller and has now used the NASG in Tanzania.

"In an hour or so I will be arriving home after being away for 25 days all through the course of launching NASG in our study districts. The first reward of our team's hard work came just now through a phone call from Kahama hospital medical officer in-charge. His call was not only to report the first case of use of NASG but also to convey his heartfelt thankfulness to our team. A woman's life has been saved. He reports of a referral case of a woman from Ushetu Health Centre with placenta previa who had turned paper white but garment came to rescue! . A fresh garment was taken back to Ushetu HC and garment washing is happening today at Kahama hospital while the woman rests in post op ward in a sound condition. What can be more rewarding than this. I was feeling very exhausted but suddenly I am rejuvinated!"

We are so proud to be a part of this wonderful project to save womens' lives. Please don't hesitate to contact us should you want any more information on the lifesaving LifeWrap NASG.

Kind Regards,

LifeWrap International Team