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 ITM,A commits to promoting women and children's health through engaging in the training of the current and next generation of global health professionals, conducting research for reducing suffering and death from health problems and contributing to policy development. 
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NETES, an Academic Extension Program of the Institute of Science and Technology of the Federal University of São Paulo, located in the São José dos Campos campus (UNIFESP SJC) commits to disseminate and build database, information and innovations in existing social technologies in Brazil which can be replicable in health, quality of life and sustainability.
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ICRW will expand the evidence base linking women’s education and social and economic empowerment to family planning and sexual and reproductive health.
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The International Federation of Medical Students' Associations commits to strengthen the medical curricula on reproductive, maternal, newborn, child health (RMNCH) by 2015, and also raise awareness among medical students in high-income countries of the Global Strategy and of the burden of poor health borne by women and children in low-income countries, advocating for inclusion of at least one session on these issues in every undergraduate curriculum by 2014.
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International Partnership for Microbicides commits to support the implementation of the Global Strategy on Women’s and Children’s Health by continuing to progress microbicide research and product delivery through the next five years so that women throughout the world can have new tools to safeguard their health and that of their families. IPM, inspired by the urgent need of women at risk of HIV infection and supported by the data from CAPRISA 004, is committed to turning this hope into a scientific reality.

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ISGlobal commits to continue to work closely with other partners in the PMNCH family and beyond, to help develop and promote a multidisciplinary and coordinated global research agenda in the context of the Global Strategy internationally. ISGlobal additionally commits up to $10 million until December 2020 towards researching malaria and HIV in connection with RMNCAH, and more.
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The Kinshasa School of Public Health with its partner, the University of North Carolina, has joined the Global Alliance to Prevent Prematurity and Stillbirth (GAPPS) and has submitted a proposal aimed to prevent preterm birth.
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Medsin Aberdeen commits to raise awareness among the constituency of medical students at the University of Aberdeen of the Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health for achieving Millennium Development Goals 4 & 5.
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The New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS) is committed to creating a Global Alliance of Cities, a global hub for theory-to-practice work on children’s development from conception to the first 1,000 days, tracking progress and sharing findings with a network of cities across the globe to foster change that can help even the most disadvantaged children grow into valuable contributors to a country’s economy and society.
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A number of other academic and research Institutes across Europe, Asia, North America, and Africa have already enthusiastically endorsed the Global Strategy. 
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