Geri Haliwell was at the House of Commons yesterday for the launch of an appeal to improve childbirth conditions. Sarah Brown's charity is also involved in the appeal, which includes a report that highlights the injuries from pregnancy and childbirth that affect 10-20 million women annually. Geri said: "This is not about charity. This is about our humanity. No matter who we are, whether African villager or posh politician, having a healthy, educated mother has a direct positive impact on our lives." Making an appeal to the G8 leaders, she added:
"When you all meet up in July will you please remember your commitment to the millennium development goal number five (to improve maternal health). I imagine you all got into politics to make a difference and improve the world we live in and just maybe make your mothers proud."
What do you think of Geri's involvement with this cause?