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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 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
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
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  • Submitted by: Australia
  • Topic: Health and population
  • Keywords: Financial Mechanism; National Health Plan; Youth and Women; Health and population
  • Location: Australia,Pacific and Papua New Guinea,Eastern Africa, Indonesia, South Asia
  • Date of completion: 2015
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Action Network
  • This voluntary initiative came from Every Woman Every Child
Deliverables
Deliverable Date
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. 2015
Resources devoted to implementation
Type Details
Financing (in USD) $1,500,000,000
Description
Description/achievement of initiative
Australia supports the UN Secretary-General’s Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health as a firm platform for putting the health needs of women and children back into the centre of the development agenda. Recognising the need for increased effort on women’s and children’s health, 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. These will include expanding access to family planning and vaccination services, and funding skilled health workers (including midwives), health facilities and supplies. Financial support committed in 2010 includes an additional US$79.5 million (A$85 million) for the Pacific and Papua New Guinea and US$131 million (A$140 million) for Eastern Africa. Australia’s strong focus on Indonesia, South Asia and effectively performing international organisations will also continue. [on current projections subject to annual budget processes]
Implementation methodologies
By expanding access to family planning and vaccination services, funding skilled health workers.

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