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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.

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Total initiatives: 145
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Central African Republic commits to increase health sector spending from 9.7% to 15%
Central African Republic
Chad commits to increase health sector spending to 15%
Chad
CLAN (Caring & Living as Neighbours) commits to ongoing advocacy efforts and grassroots community development action on behalf of children and adolescents
Caring and Living as Neighbours (CLAN)
Comoros commits to increase health sector spending to 14% of budget by 2014
Comoros
Congo commits to reducing maternal mortality and morbidity by 20% by 2015
Republic of the Congo
Djibouti commits to increase the health budget from 14% to 15%
Djibouti
DKT International commits through the HAND to HAND Campaign to increase new users of family planning from 19 million couples to 25 million couples and increase of 6 million users by 2015
DKT International
Dow Corning will provide US $5 million in unrestricted support over five years to the United Nations-led Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves
Dow Corning
Edna Adan University Hospital committed to further improving and accelerating our Midwifery Training programmes
Edna Adan University Hospital
EMpower commits $328,000 in 2011 to support new grants in India and Nigeria
EMpower
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