Description/achievement of initiative
Save the Children commits up to $500 million per year for the next 5 years (including $150 million contributed by private individuals) to: promote policy changes that accelerate progress on MDG4; expand and intensify efforts to integrate proven technology into health systems to protect newborns in 12 priority countries; train 400,000 health workers; mobilize civil society to hold governments accountable; engage with multi-sector partners to help deliver life-saving programming. Save the Children is also committed to advocating for equity in all health and nutrition programmes to ensure that disproportionate levels of mortality in poor and marginalised groups are no longer tolerated.
By promoting policy changes, expanding and intensifying efforts to integrate proven technology into health systems. training 400,000 health workers.
Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer
Coordination mechanisms/governance structure