The Malta Trust Foundation signed a MoU with Humanity 2.0 to pilot maternal health initiatives, making Malta the first country to qualify as a participating member of the Humanity 2.0 platform for maternal health.
Through his foundation, Square Roots, Morad Fareed has created the endowed Dr. Nabiel and Wesam Fareed Family Financial Aid Fund for the Harvard Chan School. The fund, named after his parents, states a preference for supporting students from or descended from residents of the West Bank or Gaza who are pursuing studies in women’s health. […]
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center has partnered with Square Roots, a New York-based maternal health company, to launch a new research project looking at how induced stress can affect a person’s metabolism.
Even though the hospital where a woman gives birth may be her biggest risk factor for having an unnecessary C-section, a new study by Square Roots and Ariadne Labs suggests most women don’t factor hospital quality into their decision making about where to receive care.
Morad Fareed has built a career creating companies and projects that improve the well-being and environments of others. His latest venture as founder and CEO of Square Roots, a discovery company focused on improving maternal and infant health, epitomizes his passion for advancing how we live.
Natchez will be one of 40 participants in Square Roots’ BIRTH 40: The Coalition of Cities Improving Birth, a four-year, $4.15 million commitment intended to improve services to pregnant women across the United States.