1999 – First 100 kits, packed by the Adelaide Hills Zonta Club, are distributed in Papua New Guinea.
2005 – Over 120 000 Birthing Kits have been assembled and distributed through Zonta Birthing Kit Project.
2006 – The Birthing Kit Foundation Australia is officially established as a for purpose charity
2007 – The organisation becomes a signatory of the Australian Council for International Development.
2009 – Ethiopian Field Partner, Afar Pastoralist Development Association (APDA), becomes the first partner to locally produce birthing kits with the support of BKFA.
2010 – The Australian Defence Force delivers around 40 000 BKFA Kits to war-torn Afghanistan.
2011 – Kits are now delivered overseas by airfreight rather than by sea.
2012 – The 1 millionth BKFA Birthing Kit is made! Fundraising events become more exciting, with a supporter organising a Kokoda Trail Trek for BKFA and raising close to $10 000!
2013 – BKFA works with Dr Luc Malimbalimba Masururu and his organisation, Mission in Health Care and Development (MHCD) to run the first “train-the-trainer” program in DR Congo.
2014 – MUN Australia comes on board as a major sponsor and donor of gloves for Birthing Kits.
2015 – A record of 15 000 kits are created in one day by BKFA life-member Judi Hutchinson and the Zonta Brisbane Breakfast Club.
2017 – BKFA Staff members travel to Uganda, meeting with 10 Field Partners and visiting 17 different communities.
2018 – The BKFA team visit India, connecting with Field Partners, schools, communities and vocational training centres to explore future partnership and program opportunities in support of young girls and women.
2019 – BKFA celebrates the distribution of 2 million birthing kits in partnership with over 100,000 Australian volunteers.
2022 – BKFA celebrates the distribution of 2.6 million birthing kits.