Aga Khan University
In continuation of its support for the current Every Woman Every Child initiative of the UN Secretary General, the Aga Khan University strongly supports and endorses the new Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health.
American Academy of Pediatrics
The AAP renews its commitment to reach more than 60 countries and 1.5 million children, mothers and families in support of the Every Newborn Action Plan. Additionally, between 2015-2017, AAP commits to saving at least 100,000 newborns and, in partnership with the pediatric associations of India, Nigeria, and Ethiopia, to facilitating in-country ability to continue spreading and scaling-up Helping Babies Survive training initiatives.
Centre for Global Child Health, The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
The SickKids Centre for Global Child Health at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto advocates for improved global child health through strategic partnerships, collaborative policy, and setting the research agenda at institutional, regional, national and international levels.
Centre for Health and Population Studies, Pakistan
The Centre for Health and Population Studies, Pakistan (CHPS) commits to try to bridge the gap between research generation and policy formulation and ensure that evidence generated in Pakistan in the field of maternal, newborn and child health reaches the policy makers.
Global Student Forum
The Youth at School (Y@S), represented at the Global Student Forum 2011 (Edinburgh, September 8th, 2011) commit to raise awareness in Scotland of the avoidable mortality among mothers and babies in low-income countries and of the Global Strategy.
Icddr,b commits to eliminate maternal mortality at its Matlab field site, by reducing complications in delivery, particularly post-partum hemorrhaging, by creating comprehensive emergency obstetric facilities at Matlab, by training obstetric, nursing, and hospital staff to support complicated deliveries, and by providing training for midwives to improve the quality of home-based births.