As part of ACT!2015, a global youth initiative led by The PACT and national youth alliances, with support from UNAIDS, young people are committing to establish youth-led and data-driven accountability mechanisms in focus countries for young people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights through indicator advocacy, evidence gathering, communications and global exchange and visibility.
The African Union is committed to ensuring that women, children and adolescents are given the attention they deserve in the post-2015 era. The Commission commits to continue high-level advocacy to ensure ownership, political commitment and leadership for the implementation of global and continental health policies, strategies and programmes at the national level.
Alliance of Alliances
Recognizing the need for multi-sectoral cooperation and accountability to advance women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health and sustainable development, our organizations commit to work together across sectors, and develop an “Alliance of Alliances” working together at global, regional and country levels during 2015-2020.
Bayer and White Ribbon Alliance
Bayer and White Ribbon Alliance commit to the prevention of maternal, newborn and child death through the application of self-care policy advancement and self-care community level intervention programs in the areas of nutrition, hygiene, preventative care and minor treatments.
Caribbean Community (CARICOM)/ United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
This commitment focuses on opportunities for the Caribbean region to improve the lives of women and children by promoting partnerships, coordination and coherence in efforts in the region.
Caring & Living As Neighbours / Atfaal Welfare Society / Kakamega Children’s Library
Caring & Living As Neighbours, the Atfaal Welfare Society of Pakistan, and the Kakamega Children’s Library in Kenya commit to collaborative efforts to improve quality of life for children and adolescents living with and at risk of non-communicable diseases in resource-poor communities.