Our commitment

Every hour, a baby is born somewhere in the world with Chagas disease.

An infected mother can transmit the disease to her baby during pregnancy.

In light of this unfairness, we decided to make a firm commitment to give every child-bearing age female, especially during pregnancy, and all babies born to affected mothers, access to diagnosis and treatment.

With origin in Latin America, today the Chagas disease has global incidence, particularly in the US and Spain.

We take a strong stance against the human and social drama of this disease given that its diagnosis and treatment are so simple, inexpensive and non invasive.

Our commitment is driven by the false perception that the disease, and the stigma it attaches, have been overcome.




Know the origin of the “Not a Single Baby With Chagas” disease project:

Latest news

First Chagas World Day

Chagas: Together we can make this neglected disease visible After 111 years since the first human diagnosis of Chagas disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) establishes April 14 as the first official World Day to remember the challenges faced by people affected...

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El País- Silvia Gold, a heroine against Chagas

If superheroes use their powers to save the world from fearful enemies, Silvia Gold (Buenos Aires, 1948) uses hers to give visibility to neglected diseases, those suffered by 1.6 billion people far away from Spain -they are limited to poorer countries, save for the...

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Join our cause

Join the Not a Single Baby With Chagas project and help us change the history of this disease.


    Mundo Sano is a family foundation that, through field research, contributes to public policies intended to improve the lives of people suffering from neglected tropical diseases (NTD's), which are those that affect the most vulnerable segments of society. At present, Mundo Sano has its headquarters and five other offices in Argentina. In addition, it has set up an office in Madrid, from which the foundation implements various programs in Spain and Africa.