In 2021, Mothers2mothers(M2M) received $7,500 (2nd of 3 installments) of its $22,500 grant over a three-year period (FY ’20-’22) in renewed general operating support for its efforts to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. M2M utilizes a peer-based model to deliver health benefits to women, their partners, infants, children as well as adolescents. The organization is believed to be the largest employer of HIV-infected people on a global basis and in 2018 it served 3 million people. For the past five years mothers2mothers has virtually eliminated mother-to-child transmission, lowering the number of children infected to 1.3% across its seven countries of service. Funding provided will allow the organization to serve new audiences and to assist all beneficiaries in preventing transmission of COVID-19.