FC Mother – the futbol club platform created to honor and heal our Mothers through healthy community spaces – is acquiring the world’s largest library of motherhood wellness ‘gold standards,’ Humanity 2.0 Lab.
The combined entity will distribute Humanity 2.0 Lab’s library of healing protocols through FC Mother’s global partnership platform, and accelerate FC Mother’s mission to “Heal our Mothers of Earth, HOME.”
Humanity 2.0 Lab is a multi-faith humanitarian lab. It’s the leader of an 8 year, $8m global consortium to research, develop and pilot groundbreaking new maternal wellness and family healing protocols.
Humanity 2.0 Lab developed the first ‘intergenerational map’ of healthy motherhood environments, published in its seminal white paper “Better Maternal Environments,” alongside collaborators from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Square Roots, Commonsense Childbirth, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, and Delos.
This mapping has enabled new precision healing interventions, and identified previously unknown correlations for post pregnancy healing which help restore a mother’s healthy life span, as well as her child’s, and her child’s child.
This library of ‘intergenerational healing’ modalities is part of what Humanity 2.0 lab and its community will contribute to FC Mother. The lab will also serve as the global data science and tracking partner for all FC Mother communities.
“To honor and heal our mothers is our profound blessing, and we are lucky to work with the best teams in the world to improve our human family's future,” says FC Mother founder, Morad Fareed.
Humanity 2.0 Lab’s pioneering research collaborations have included experts from Harvard Medical School, NASA, Stanford Medical School, Columbia University, Brigham & Women’s, the Royal College of Midwives, the Malta Trust Foundation, the United States Conference of Mayors, and the Humanity 2.0 Foundation.
It’s teams have led ‘living labs’ on healing mothers in New York, London, Shanghai, Boston, San Francisco, Malta, Rome, and throughout the Southeast United States, comprising a sweeping, comprehensive dataset of best practices and unique cultural approaches to healing our mothers and families.
FC Mother will leverage this ecosystem and enormous body of work as it begins implementing new community infrastructure in Fall 2023.
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