Information
  • Submitted by: Women Deliver
  • Topic: Health and population
  • Keywords: Women's and Children's Health; Healthcare Services; Gender Equality; Women's Empowerment
  • Location: Global
  • Date of completion: 2015
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Deliverables & Resources
Action network
  • This voluntary initiative came from Every Woman Every Child
Women Deliver commits to keeping up the pressure to improve women’s and children’s health over the next five years, tracking commitments made and ensuring the global spotlight stays on those who have power to help keep girls and women alive and healthy
Description/achievement of initiative

Women Deliver commits to keeping up the pressure to improve women’s and children’s health over the next five years, tracking commitments made and ensuring the global spotlight stays on those who have power to help keep girls and women alive and healthy. Working with 15,000 advocates around the globe, Women Deliver will certify that governments, policy-makers, health systems, foundations, civil society organizations and international agencies understand that the time for action is now, and to standing ready to help anyone turn good new ideas into reality on the ground. Women Deliver will convene a global conference in 2013 to celebrate successes and launch the final push to 2015 and pledges to keep delivering new hope for girls, women and children for as long as it takes to meet their needs.

Implementation methodologies

Women Deliver will certify that governments, policy-makers, health systems, foundations, civil society organizations and international agencies understand that the time for action is now, and to standing ready to help anyone turn good new ideas into reality on the ground.

Deliverables
Deliverable Date
Women Deliver will convene a global conference in 2013 to celebrate successes and launch the final push to 2015 and pledges to keep delivering new hope for girls, women and children for as long as it takes to meet their needs. 2013
Women Deliver commits to keeping up the pressure to improve women’s and children’s health over the next five years, tracking commitments made and ensuring the global spotlight stays on those who have power to help keep girls and women alive and healthy. 2015
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