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Mozambique commits to increase the percentage of children immunized aged under 1 and to increase the number of HIV+ children receiving ARTs .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
Mozambique commits to increase the percentage of children immunized aged under 1 and to increase the number of HIV+ children receiving ARTs
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  • Topic: Health and population
  • Location: Mozambique
  • Date of completion: 2015
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  • Keywords: Education; Youth and women; Public health policy; Health and population
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  • This voluntary initiative came from Every Woman Every Child

Description/achievement of initiative

Mozambique commits to increase the percentage of children immunized aged under 1, from 69 to 90 percent by 2012 and to increase the number of HIV+ children receiving ARTs from 11, 900 to 31,000 by 2012. Mozambique will also increase contraceptive prevalence from 24 to 34 % by 2015 and will increase institutional deliveries from a level of 49% to 66% by 2015. Mozambique also commits to establish a centre for the treatment of obstetric fistula in each province by 2015.

Implementation methodologies

By establishing a centre for the treatment of obstetric fistula in each province. For further information, please refer to the deliverables.
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Mozambique commits to increase the percentage of children immunized aged under 1, from 69 to 90 percent by 2012 and to increase the number of HIV+ children receiving ARTs from 11, 900 to 31,000 by 2012. 2012
Mozambique also commits to establish a centre for the treatment of obstetric fistula in each province by 2015. 2015
Mozambique will also increase contraceptive prevalence from 24 to 34 % by 2015 and will increase institutional deliveries from a level of 49% to 66% by 2015. 2015

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