MMHP brings together a wide range of experience and expertise, both from Nigeria and from The United States. The partners are:
- Maternal Life International, a 501c3 non-profit organization, has developed a resource appropriate, evidence-based training program for obstetrical providers entitled "Safe Passages". Launched in 2003 and field-tested and refined until 2007, the program has successfully trained over 500 obstetrical providers in Nigeria and Sierra Leone.
- The Diocese of Idah has a large midwifery school and hospital which can serve as a center for training and excellence for the region. The hospital network also serves a large number of primary health care clinics providing antenatal and labor and delivery care. The Diocese of Idah under the leadership of Bishop Anthony AdemaAdaji and with the direction of Rev Fr. Simeon Omale has made maternal health care development a priority in the Diocese.
- The American Academy of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG) and other pro-life organizations can provide volunteer physicians and educators for on-site training.
- Cutting edge information technology organizations, including the National Center for Health Care Informatics at Butte, Montana, Nubia Inc. in Long Beach and Gramboo Inc in Silicon Valley, California have offered their services in developing distance education and communication for training and project development.