The International Stillbirth Alliance (ISA) connects clinicians, researchers, and families from around the world to end preventable stillbirths and neonatal deaths.

Systems Thinking for Global Health

ISA, led by Margaret Murphy, contributed a chapter on "Stillbirth the hidden global mortality burden" to this new book

Global Advocacy and Implementation Guide

Now out! Preventing and Addressing Stillbirths Along the Continuum of Care: A Global Stillbirth Advocacy and Implementation Guide

The ISA Annual Conference 2023 Opening Remark

Antoinette Ayers, one of ISA’s co-founders, welcomed delegates at the ISA Annual Conference in Sheffield, UK, on June 30th 2023. ISA is celebrating 20 years in 2023. Do listen to her speak here.

The Global Registry of Stillbirth Support

For parents or anyone seeking support, the Registry is a freely accessible, searchable database of stillbirth support organizations around the world that provide any type of support to those affected by stillbirth.

PMNCH launches MNCH hub

The MNCH Hub is your platform for advocacy, collaboration, mobilization and empowerment on a global scale. Join the MNCH Hub today!

The ISA, established in 2003, is an alliance of over 50 member organisations and individual supporters on every continent.

We connect families, researchers and clinicians through conferences, working groups, workshops, shared stories…

ISA exists to change pregnancy outcomes for families. We want to hear from you.

What We Do

Global Impact

Global Impact

We seek partnerships on every continent to implement our mission of ending preventable deaths and ensuring respectful care.


We connect clinicians, researchers, and parents on a global level to improve standards of care within individual regions.
Saving Lives

Saving Lives

We provide a unifying location for stillbirth prevention through research, clinical practice, and bereavement support. We hope to save lives and eliminate preventable stillbirth.
Data Driven

Data Driven

We support research, providing a central location for researchers from around the world to share their latest findings. Our goal is to unify resources to save babies.