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DSW commits to continue and expand its advocacy for both expanded availability and removal of barriers and to help build community support for contraceptive access.
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e-KSS’ Amazon Indigenous Telehealth (e-AIT) Program is a pioneering telehealth project that commits, within a 5-year time frame (2013 – 2017), to conduct research, provide technical assistance, education, training, and direct services and/or products to empower the people, thereby ensuring sustainability in the health outcomes of indigenous women and children in the Amazon rainforest.
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Eminence Associates for Social Development (Eminence) is committed to providing quality service at low and affordable cost for children, mothers, and pregnant women in their programmatic zones. Services will be provided in eight geographical areas of Bangladesh with urban health care settings from January 2016 through December 2030.
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Enfants du Monde commits to support governments and local organizations to empower women, men, families and communities in Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, El Salvador and Haiti to improve maternal and neonatal health (MNH) and to increase access to quality MNH services.
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EngenderHealth commits to building the capacity of health care professionals and programs in underserved communities of Africa and Asia, to protect the ability and right of women and adolescents to make free and informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive health. Additionally, by expanding access to, strengthening demand for, and improving the quality of family planning services, EngenderHealth seeks to broaden voluntary use of contraception and increase informed decision making about family planning.
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Every Mother Counts will aim to invest a minimum of $1 million annually between 2016 and 2030 to programs aimed at improving maternal and newborn health and reducing mortality in more than 10 countries.
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Family Care International will build on our original commitment to the Global Strategy, working with partners in many countries to strengthen the capacity of national and community organizations to effectively advocate for the health and rights of women and children, among other objectives.
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Family Planning Association of India (FPA India) commits to promote and advocate for universal access to sexual and reproductive health services by continuing to serve the poor, marginalized, socially excluded, and the underserved (PMSEU). FPA India will also advocate for sexual rights as human rights.
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FHI has made commitments in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2014 to maternal and child health. Thei Alive & Thrive iniative for infant, maternal, and young child nutrition has reached and estimated 12 million children under two years of age in its first five years and plans to extend that coverage from now through 2017.
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UNFPA is delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe, and every young person’s potential is fulfilled. Friends of UNFPA advances this global effort by mobilizing funds and action for UNFPA’s lifesaving work. 
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