Uzbekistan commits to ensure that 96% of children aged 6-59 months receive vitamin A twice a year by up to 2015
Description/achievement of initiative

Uzbekistan commits to ensure that 96% of children aged 6-59 months receive vitamin A twice a year by up to 2015; 100% coverage of pregnant women with HIV counseling; and testing and reduction of mother-to-child HIV transmission down to less than 2%. Uzbekistan also commits to improve quality of care provided to mothers and children by training 25,000 health workers up to 2015 on evidence-based modern technologies to provide reproductive health services, emergency obstetrical care, effective prenatal care, international criteria of live birth, basic care and resuscitation of newborns, breastfeeding and rational nutrition of children, integrated management of childhood illnesses in the primary healthcare and hospitals and child growth monitoring.

Implementation methodologies

Uzbekistan will ensure modern technologies to provide health services, improve the quality of care provided to mothers and children by training 25,000 health workers.
Deliverables
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Uzbekistan commits to ensure that 96% of children aged 6-59 months receive vitamin A twice a year by up to 2015; 100% coverage of pregnant women with HIV counseling; and testing and reduction of mother-to-child HIV transmission down to less than 2%. 2015
Uzbekistan also commits to improve quality of care provided to mothers and children by training 25,000 health workers up to 2015 2015

Action Network
  • Every Woman Every Child
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