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RB commits to reduce the prevalence of diarrhoea amongst children under five by at least 50%, the incidence of acute diarrhoea by at least 50% and to achieve an estimated 80% reduction in children under-five with diarrhoea dying from the illness in clinics by 2018.
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Building on its existing demand generation, behavioral change communication activities targeting expectant mothers in high burden states Reliance Foundation commits to scaling up capacity building at the facility level.
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Safaricom is committed to creating an enabling environment for every woman and every child by working with partner organizations and leveraging technology to extend the reach of interventions. It intends to do this by developing scalable products and services that support maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health.
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The Foundation commits $3 million through 2016 to continue all running programs with the objectives of reducing maternal and newborn mortality, and ensuring access to sexual and reproductive health-care services and rights.
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SingleHop commits by fighting IP theft and human abuse such as child pornography, and empowering women. Through its AbuseShield.org site, SingleHop will mobilize the online community to report illegal, inhumane, and malicious content and help authorities and hosting companies around the world keep track of and eliminate such content.

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SHOPS will address child and maternal health by facilitating increased awareness and use of diarrhea treatment in Nigeria through private provider trainings, demand generation, and engagement with zinc and oral rehydration salts suppliers. 
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Sumitomo Chemical Co., upon entering its second year of partnership with the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign, is increasing its commitment to protect women, children, and vulnerable refugee families from malaria. This increased commitment will enable NBN to double the amount of nets raised by grassroots malaria advocates who join NBN by the end of 2017, up by 350,000 nets, for a total of 700,000 nets. This commitment is estimated at a value of $1,225,000.
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Launched in 2009 in Rwanda, SHE is improving access to affordable hygiene by sourcing a locally produced eco-friendly product. SHE commits $1,122,250 to improve girls’ menstrual hygiene through its cost-effective innovation of locally made go! pads, behavior change communication campaigns, and last-mile distribution in the rural and peri-urban areas of Rwanda.
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Teck commits to the UN Secretary General’s Every Woman Every Child movement by working to implement long-term, sustainable solutions to zinc deficiency and reduce deaths of children under five.
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TeleConsult Group commits to improve women’s and children’s health through information technologies. TeleConsult Group will establish a 24x7 Contact Center with a trained, skilled team from its m-health project to link mothers and children, and nurses in rural areas with urban-based doctors, and keep real-time digital records. An estimated 1 million mothers and children will benefit from the program next year, and 10 million in the next 5 years.

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