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Supporting women and children who suffer with the HIV/AIDS Epidemic...

Healthcare Empowerment Education

Helping Women with HIV/AIDS education and awareness

Help Restore Lives

Ensuring Better Life

IWCO is a non-profit that is dedicated to women across the globe. We encompass many cultures who come together to inspire and invigorate each other on key issues. These issues are focused on impacting women and children's lives in a changing world.


We are committed to developing and delivering programs which advance the future of women globally. Through the power of creative collaboration and partnerships with various organizations, we strive to improve the quality of life for the individual and communities.



Our Mission is to provide education through economic development and training programs. Healthcare workshops will assist in breaking generational poverty, reduce the rate of HIV/AIDS, and other deadly epidemics.

Hearts In Motion

Our Goals
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    Provide workshops, mini-clinics and hygiene solutions for patients.

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    Establish mentorship programs, promote self-worth and self-confidence.

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    Create training programs to assist individuals in becoming more self-relient

How can you help?

Help provide meals for the Infected Community.

Help provide Medical Supplies.

Help provide Portable Clinics

Help build Green Villages


Will you "Help" transform a life today?

Help us make a difference in these precious lives.

Giving is "Helping" change lives around the world. You can start with your choice today.

Well Wisher
-One individual for 1 year-

$10 / month

-One individual for 2 years-

$30 / month

-One Individual for 3 years-

$100 / month

Our Team and Partners at IWCO

Shantal Palmer - Executive Director, IWCO

Born in Durban, South Africa, Shantal earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Communications. She has 13 years in healthcare and local government before relocating to the United States. As Vice President of the Woza Foundation, she organized a fundraiser for Children of Africa in 2012 at Morehouse College. Shantal organized the Nelson Mandela Memorial held in Atlanta. She served on the South African Chamber of Commerce Board from 2009-2012 where she organized a fundraiser for SOS Children Villages and Metro-Atlanta World Cup Soccer Opening Event in 2010. She develops business with Ghana, Nigeria, Zambia, Botswana, and Liberia between the USA and Africa.

Sheila Ramos - Finance and Accounting, IWCO

We welcome Mrs. Ramos. She received her BSBA in Accounting from the University of Detroit . She is the President and CEO of "Young Ladies Let's talk Foundation". She is also the First Lady of Olive Branch Tabernacle of Faith Ministries. She works closely with single women and families. Together with her spouse, they serve many homeless children in the Roswell, GA communities. She is an Enteprenuer and runs a thriving business in the Atlanta area.


Pastor Emilio Ramos - Counselor, IWCO

We welcome Pastor Ramos! He is the current Senior Pastor of The Olive Branch Tabernacle of Faith Ministies. Pastor Ramos is also a retired Military Veteran with 20 years of service. He counsels and serves in the Roswell commuities. As a Humanitarian, Motivational Speaker, and International Spiritual Leader, His motto is "Unifying The Family back unto the Father".

Dr. Chinekwu Obidoa, PH.D - Healthcare/Educator, IWCO

We welcome Dr. Obidoa with her many accolades and humanitarian efforts here at IWCO. Dr. Chinekwu Obidoa is an author, award winning researcher and currently an Assistant Professor of Global Health at Mercer University. She is a multi-disciplinary scholar whose areas of interest and research expertise include: the social and spatial epidemiology of HIV/AIDS, global social determinants of health and the impact of globalization on health. Trained in the fields of medical geography, public health and international and area studies she integrates multiple methods and approaches in her research. Dr. Obidoa has received several academic fellowships, awards and recognition for her work. She was awarded the New Investigator in Global Health (NIGH) Award by the Global Health Council in 2006 and in 2011. The NIGH program at the Global Health Council recognizes outstanding research scholarship in the fields of public health throughout the world. More recently, she was honored among Georgia’s 2015, 40 outstanding professionals under 40 by Georgia Trend Magazine in recognition of her community-based HIV/AIDS research work and youth mentoring. Dr. Obidoa has worked in the field of HIV/AIDS prevention and intervention for over 15 years and has presented her research at community, state, national and global forums and scientific conferences across the U.S.


Cedric L. Suzman

Excutive Vice President

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Dr. Jun Liu

Associate Provost for International Intitatives

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Hearts In Motion
International Women's Care Organization 8920 Eaves Rd #768232 Roswell, GA 30076