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IAIM Australia commits to improving women's and children's mental health and physical well-being by strengthening the capacity of communities to support, protect and restore early relationships between women and their babies.
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The International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) commits to advocate on behalf of the Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health's goal to increase the number of infants who are exclusively breastfed for the first six months by 21.9 million by 2015, an increase of about 40% from current numbers
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International Budget Partnership commits to explore and share best practices in the field of the generation and publishing of comprehensive and meaningful maternal health budget information, continue to support the active participation, involvement, and monitoring by civil society of health and development budgets, at the global, national, and local levels, feed relevant examples of health budget monitoring and expenditure tracking of the IBP’s partner organizations into the monitoring effort of the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health.


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Across the globe, the International Council for Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders (ICCIDD) will strive to ensure that every pregnant, lactating and child-bearing age woman, as well as every child, has access to optimal iodine to allow full realization of their individual mental and physical development potential.
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The International Diabetes Federation commits to increase recognition of the linkages between diabetes and related non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and women and children's health, support the integration of diabetes into existing health systems and maternal and newborn child health initiatives, and empower girls and women to prevent diabetes in current and future generations.
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IFPMA member companies have more than 200 projects in place, worth an estimated US $9.2 billion that address the health-related Millennium Development Goals. Nearly half of these programs focus on women and children's health, and their number has been growing over the last several years.
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IFPW commits to expanding and deepening it leadership and advocacy role within the wholesale pharmaceutical industry in promoting awareness and encouraging engagement vis-à-vis women’s and children’s health.
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The International Museum of Women (IMOW) commits to producing a range of innovative arts and media projects that will inspire, engage and activate global audiences on issues of mothers’ empowerment and maternal health.
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Between 2016 and 2020 IPPF will provide: (1) 103 million (cumulative) Couple Years of Protection thereby averting 36.2 million unwanted pregnancies and 4.1 million unsafe abortions; (2) 630 million (cumulative) sexual and reproductive health services to young people.
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IntraHealth International commits to advocating for and expanding access to an increased number of skilled frontline health workers delivering quality family planning services in West Africa, building on its global commitment to ensuring health workers are present, ready, connected and safe.
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