Who we are

These are the organizations that have united in promoting and officializing the World Pregnancy Day on March 22 around the world.

Prenatal Alliance

Prenatal Alliance is a non-governmental organization based in Norway with a mission to promote awareness about the relevance of the beginning of life, from conception, pregnancy and birth to breastfeeding, for the quality of Human Civilization.

Our Vision is that:
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very person on earth is aware of the utmost relevance of conception, pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding for a planet peopled with thriving, loving and altruistic children and adults
Every pregnant woman supported and inspired by her community, as well as by her partner, both of them conscious of the power nature gave her to form and nurture in her womb a healthy future adult, capable of self-love, love towards others, our planet and the sublime – a "Homo sapiens frater"
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very baby is conceived, gestated, born, breastfed and nurtured in a loving, joyous, healthy, harmonious and respectful way.



Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health - APPPAH

The Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health - APPPAH is a US-based nonprofit organization with a global influence that for over 40 years has been promoting the critical importance of an early nurturing environment for babies - beginning in the womb and beyond.

APPPAH’s mission is to provide global education to professionals and families about emerging evidence in prenatal and perinatal sciences that supports optimal pregnancy, birth, and postpartum experiences to prevent birth trauma and promote healing and resilience.


International Society for Pre- and Perinatal Psychology and Medicin - ISPPM

"Since the founding of our association in 1971, attention to the psychosocial mother-child bond during pregnancy, birth and the first years of life has been the focus of our work.

Through therapeutic practice, self-awareness, research, and documentation, interdisciplinary knowledge about early life and its lifelong significance has been gathered and published."


Prenatal Sciences Partnership

Prenatal Sciences Partnership is the beginning of a new paradigm of working together on an equal basis and honoring identities. Our work expands to embrace the work that remains to be done. We work together under a Collaboration Agreement. At the core of our partnership lies a collective purpose: to advance (through Research), consolidate (through Education), and disseminate (through academic and community projects) evidence within Prenatal Sciences.


Prenatal Sciences Research Institute SOPHIA

The Prenatal Sciences Research Institute SOPHIA is a Non-Profit Organization involved in, but not limited to, scientific research: it applies documented knowledge to practice and converts it into educational material for all groups of people, children, pregnant couples, professionals and other researchers, and to actions intented to raise awareness, to heal or to influence in a peaceful way and inspire the principles of acceptance, respect and recognition of the gifts each of us brings to this world. Among our projects are the Health Advancement Program WELCOME that works with pregnant couples with a focus on the prenate, EmpowerLife, the Prenatal Sciences, Human Rights Based Community Workers training, the Open Access, Peer-Reviewed Academic Journal "The International Journal of Prenatal & Life Sciences" https://www.journalprenatalife.com, books and collective authored books, etc. It backs the projects The Days and Works of (Pioneers in the field of Prenatal Sciences), the Hall of Honor Awards and the Prenatal Sciences Partnership.



World Organization of Prenatal Education Associations – OMAEP

OMAEP was founded in 1991. It brought together private legal persons (associations or others) and not private persons, and its mission is:

1. To promote the principles of conscious prenatal parenthood from before conception, by informing future parents, professionals and the general public.

2. To seek, gather and share scientific, psychological and spiritual knowledge concerning the influence of the inner life and behavior of parents, especially the mother, on the prenatal development of the human being.

3. Collaborate with partners to disseminate prenatal education in all social backgrounds and approach policy – makers at local and international levels to develop a dissemination strategy in all countries.