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NMPP’s mission is to save babies and help women take charge of their reproductive, social and economic lives. Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership, Inc (NMPP) is a not-for-profit community based organization comprised of a network of public and private agencies, community residents, health organizations and local businesses. NMPP provides crucial services to women, children, men and families in many neighborhoods throughout Manhattan. We are conveniently located in Central Harlem, East Harlem, and Washington Heights. We are able to provide services throughout the entire borough of Manhattan.

Univ. of Wisconsin Partnering With Communities to Reduce Black Infant Deaths

Katti Gray

August 16, 2011

With the mortality rate for Black Wisconsin infants among the highest and most unrelenting in the nation, that state’s largest public university has become co-manager of a $10 million grant to help prevent baby deaths... Read More


Harlem group's push to curb infant mortality prompts national action

Katti Gray

June 28, 2011

When Mario Drummonds yesterday urged federal officials to substantially broaden efforts to decrease the death rate for black babies, his argument rested largely on what one organization has achieved in a four-block stretch of Harlem.... Read More


Keeping kids alive

Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel

May 7,2011

Central Harlem in New York has reduced it's infant mortality rate by 78% since 1990. Milwaukee's rate has stayed the same. The Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership offers Milwaukee an example of how agencies can work together to bring change. Video:

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