For too many women, pregnancy is a death sentence. One thousand women die each day from complications during pregnancy or childbirth.
Shockingly, nearly all maternal deaths and disabilities could be prevented. In her gripping directorial debut, No Woman, No Cry, Christy
Turlington Burns shares the powerful stories of at-risk pregnant women and their caregivers in four parts of the world - - a remote Maasai
village in Tanzania, a slum in Bangladesh, a post-abortion care ward in Guatemala, and a prenatal clinic in the United States. The film
leaves audiences with a clear message: Every Mother Counts.