#SDGAction1119
Japan commits to provide $ 5 billion in five years from 2011 focus on maternal, newborn and child health.
Description/achievement of initiative

At the Plenary of the MDG Summit Japan’s Prime Minister will launch its new Global Health Policy, which places a special focus on maternal, newborn and child health and will commit to provide $ 5 billion in five years from 2011. Under this new Policy, Japan will support the Global Strategy by implementing and advocating a package model by the name of “EMBRACE”, which intends to ensure the continuum of care from pregnancy to post natal stage. Japan also reaffirms its financial commitment made at the G8 Muskoka Summit to provide up to an additional $500 million for maternal, newborn and child health in five years from 2011 will be fulfilled as part of today’s $5 billion commitment.

Implementation methodologies

By supporting global strategy and implementing, advocating a package model buy the name of "EMBRACE" which intends to ensure the continuum of care from pregnancy to post natal stage.

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Progress reports
Goal 5
2015
Japan also reaffirms its financial commitment made at the G8 Muskoka Summit to provide up to an additional $500 million for maternal, newborn and child health in five years from 2011 will be fulfilled as part of today’s $5 billion commitment.
2015
At the Plenary of the MDG Summit Japan’s Prime Minister will launch its new Global Health Policy, which places a special focus on maternal, newborn and child health and will commit to provide $ 5 billion in five years from 2011. Under this new Policy, Japan will support the Global Strategy by implementing and advocating a package model by the name of “EMBRACE”, which intends to ensure the continuum of care from pregnancy to post natal stage.
Financing (in USD)
5,000,000,000 USD

Basic information
Time-frame: - 2015
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United Nations