When I traveled to South Sudan in 2013, I visited the tiny mud hut of Martha Mudari. The wooden bed took up most of the room. Martha sat there, cradling her daughter Sarah, and in a quiet voice, told me about the night she nearly died. An hour after her labor started, she gave birth and began to bleed profusely. Getting to a health center wasn't possible. Maria took 3 white pills to stop the bleeding. The medicine, provided by a trained community health worker, likely saved her life. Postpartum hemorrhage remains a leading cause of maternal deaths worldwide. Martha had the help she needed. Since my visit, civil strife in South Sudan has sent thousands of women and families fleeing. Many have sought refuge in a displaced persons camp that Jhpiego, my employer, supports outside of Juba, the capital city. Healthworkers struggle to provide the most basic care. I'm running in Miles for Mothers to ensure women in the camps receive quality health services so they can survive childbirth and not become a statistic. Join me. Help save lives.