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The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) commits to ensure that national parliaments continue to play a critical role in improving women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health at the national, regional and global level.
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As always, 34 Million Friends of the United Nations Population Fund will continue to urge grassroots support (with one dollar or more) for the United Nations Population Fund both in the USA and abroad.
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The Accessories Council commits to raise awareness among members on the health and education needs in developing countries that can be met through sustainable engagement and active partnerships with local designers and producers, to promote women’s empowerment and their health, in support of Every Woman Every Child.
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Action Against Hunger commits to sustainable, community-based interventions addressing nutrition treatment,preventive care, including promoting early child feeding practices for women and children.
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In collaboration with other networks and organisations, Action for Global Health (AfGH) commits to track the amount of Official Development Assistance that is allocated to health, including maternal and child health, by European donors.
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At the 2012 London Family Planning Summit, ActionAid committed to promoting a transformative understanding of the sexual and reproductive health of women as central to development and poverty reduction. The organization aimed to fulfill its commitments by 2017.
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Advanced Family Planning seeks to ensure that policy-makers honor the commitments made at their 2012 London Summit on Family Planning, and also pursues additional political commitment and funding from public and private sourcse.
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Advocacy on Human Development commits to promote family planning in peri urban areas in Zambia.
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The Africa MNCH Coalition commits to innovative and targeted advocacy over the next four years, with a focus on both the health sector and on social determinant sectors which impact strongly on maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH), but which are not covered by health sector budgeting and policy.
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