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CLAN (Caring & Living as Neighbours) is an Australian-based NGO committed to a community development approach to helping children (and their families) who are living with chronic health conditions in resource-poor countries, so they might enjoy the highest quality of life possible. CLAN has made commitments to Every Woman Every Child in 2010, 2012, and 2014. The organization commits to ongoing advocacy efforts and action on behalf of children and adolescents, so as to protect and promote their international human rights to health.
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CMMB, a faith-based global health organization, commits to improve health outcomes among women, mothers, newborns and children under 5 by strengthening health systems and community capacities, and by focusing interventions on the leading causes of mortality.
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Ten Promises to Our Children, launched by the Center for Interfaith Action on Global Poverty (CIFA) and Religions for Peace (RfP), is a commitment to engage religious communities around the world to save children’s lives through ten concrete and specific acts. CIFA and RfP, working in partnership with donor agencies and development organizations, will expand the signatories to the Ten Promises pledge and seek to equip parents, families and communities with practical tools to translate Ten Promises into ten successes in child survival.
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The Centre For Public Health commits $3 million through September 2018 towards eliminating the financial and geographical barrier toward accessing quality healthcare, through a community based social Health Insurance program.
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Le Club des Amis du Monde commits to contributing to the improvement of health outcomes of women, children and adolescents in Guinea by undertaking community based programmes deploying 120 community health workers through 2017.
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The Collectif des Femmes pour l’Education la Santé Familiale et l’Assainissement (Women’s Collective for Women for Education, Family Health and Sanitation, COFESFA YIRIWATON) will contribute to increasing early childhood development, the enrollment of children in primary school, and women’s empowerment in Mali.
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Concern Worldwide committed EUR €140 million over the next 5 years to health programs as part of the 2014 Every Newborn Action Plan. Maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) activities will take place in 10 of the poorest countries in the world with high maternal and neonatal mortality.
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CORE Group commits to increasing awareness and knowledge within the CORE Group’s Community Health Network, a community of practice of over 70 member and associate organizations, about prevention and treatment of preterm complications
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D-tree International is a leader in the development of mobile health (mHealth) tools for use by health workers in low income countries. Working together with Etisalat, D-tree is collaborating to improve the quality of health services provided to women, men and children in Tanzania.
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DKT International commits through the HAND to HAND Campaign to increase new users of family planning from 19 million couples to 25 million couples and increase of 6 million users by 2015 and sell 3 million condoms, 250 million oral contraceptives and 60 million injectable contraceptives and 500,000 IUDs by 2015.

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