Every Woman Every Child
Launched by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon during the United Nations Millennium Development Goals Summit in September 2010, Every Woman Every Child aims to save the lives of 16 million women and children by 2015. It is an unprecedented global movement that mobilizes and intensifies international and national action by governments, multilaterals, the private sector and civil society to address the major health challenges facing women and children around the world. The effort puts into action the Global Strategy for Women's and Children;s Health, which presents a roadmap on how to enhance financing, strengthen policy and improve service on the ground for the most vulnerable women and children.

More information at http://www.everywomaneverychild.org

Note: The below list is a work in progress. For full details, please visit the website of Every Woman Every Child.

Total initiatives: 145
of 15 (144 total)

Intel plans to collaborate with governments, private industry, development community, and academia to launch in-country programs that help address the educational needs of at least one million front-line healthcare workers by 2015
Intel Corporation
ITM,A commits to promoting women and children's health
Institute for Tropical Medicine, Antwerp
LifeSpring Hospital commits to expanding their maternal health hospital network to 100 new facilities between 2011 and 2015 in 7 cities in India
LifeSpring Hospitals of India
Nestlé commits to expanding nutrition education to teenage girls in all its milk villages in India to help increase their knowledge about good nutrition and healthy diets
Nestlé S.A.
The Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition commits, through its launch of the HAND to HAND Campaign, to achieve 100 million new modern contraceptive users by 2015
Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition
WaterAid aims to ensure access to improved sanitation, hygiene and safe drinking water for a further 25 million people by 2015
WaterAid
(RED) commits to driving corporate sector engagement in the fight for an AIDS Free Generation by 2015
(RED)
Abdul Monem Limited commits to raise awareness of malnutrition and provide free vitamins
Abdul Monem Limited
Afghanistan to increase public spending on health
Afghanistan
Australia will invest around US$1.5 billion (A$1.6 billion) over the five years to 2015 on interventions evidence shows will improve maternal and child health outcomes
Australia
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