WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNAIDS and the World Bank (H4+) commit to mobilize political support for the Global Strategy in the 49 ’Lowest Income Countries
Description/achievement of initiative

WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNAIDS and the World Bank commit to mobilize political support for the Global Strategy in the 49 ’Lowest Income Countries’; increasing the speed of the downward trend in maternal and child mortality by strengthening country and regional technical capacity to implement commitments; advocating for equity-focused approaches that include universal access to an integrated essential package of health services for women and children; and to addressing the root causes of ill-health, in particular gender inequality. They further commit to promoting the critical engagement of other sectors such as education, gender, nutrition, water and sanitation, culture and human rights; strengthening ongoing inter-agency collaboration in order to optimize the advocacy for increased and sustained financial resources, as well as linking additional global resources to evidence-based country-driven interventions; and sustaining the momentum of the Global Strategy beyond 2015. See WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNAIDS and the World Bank.

Implementation methodologies

Through increasing the speed of the downward trend in maternal and child mortality by strengthening country and regional technical capacity to implement commitments; advocating for equity-focused approaches that include universal access to an integrated essential package of health services for women and children; and to addressing the root causes of ill-health, in particular gender inequality.

Partner(s)

WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNAIDS and the World Bank
Deliverables
Deliverable Date
Promoting the critical engagement of other sectors such as education, gender, nutrition, water and sanitation, culture and human rights; strengthening ongoing inter-agency collaboration in order to optimize the advocacy for increased and sustained financial resources, as well as linking additional global resources to evidence-based country-driven interventions; and sustaining the momentum of the Global Strategy beyond 2015. 2015

Action Network
  • Every Woman Every Child
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