Women and Children First (UK) commits to working with partners in Africa and Asia to mobilise communities to reduce maternal and newborn mortality rates
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  • Topic: Health and population
  • Location: Africa, Asia
  • Date of completion: 2015
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  • Keywords: Youth and Women, Africa, Gender Equality, MDGs, Child Health, Political Commitments and Actions
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  • This voluntary initiative came from Every Woman Every Child

Description/achievement of initiative

Women and Children First (UK) commits to working with partners in Africa and Asia to mobilise communities to reduce maternal and newborn mortality rates through cost-effective and scalable community based interventions. Women and Children First (UK) also commits to keeping up the pressure on donor and national governments to achieve optimal reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health outcomes and to increase political commitment and action to support progress towards Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 4 and 5 in low and middle-income countries.

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Women and Children First (UK) will fulfill its commitment through cost-effective and scalable community based interventions. It will also keeping up the pressure on donor and national governments to achieve optimal reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health outcomes.
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Women and Children First (UK) commits to keeping up the pressure on donor and national governments to achieve optimal reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health outcomes and to increase political commitment and action to support progress towards Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 4 and 5 in low and middle-income countries. 2015

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