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In 2010, Susan G. Komen for the Cure Global Health Alliance committed $500,000 through the expansion of the their Middle East Partnership Initiative to broaden the focus for women's cancers and women's health and include a financial commitment and a health services commitment to the NGOs working in the Middle East to improve women’s health by addressing issues of breast and cervical cancer in an integrated health care system.

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During the next five years, from 2015 to 2020, the Swedish Organization for Global Health (SOGH) pledges to increase the health knowledge and expertise of community health workers and health care staff, and improve health literacy and health-seeking behavior of women of reproductive age in Mayuge District of Uganda through our Maama Project.
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TakingITGlobal and Youth Action Network commit to regularly promoting member stories from adolescent female leaders within our network in connection with recognized international days.
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The American Public Health Association (APHA) commits $500,000, between September 2016 and September 2017, towards targeted advocacy for evidence-based issues and policies that support the health and well-being of women, children, and adolescents in the United States.
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The BabyWASH Coalition commits to using its multi-stakeholder platform to support SDG 17 and to increase the focus on integrating programmes for children and their caretakers in the first 1,000 days of life, especially those that integrate WASH, nutrition, ECD and MNCH.
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The Bangladesh Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry has committed to Every Woman Every Child to raise awareness of cervical cancer by disseminating information about cervical cancer and its prevention to 30,000 Bangladeshi women through leaflets, letters, counseling, hotline centers, training programs, meetings, and roundtables by 2016. The BWCCI will also take initiatives to motivate 20,000 young mothers to be inoculated to prevent cervical cancer and 30,000 women to do pap smears test annually.

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The Circle commits to provide or co-ordinate the provision of over $230,000 of legal advice, analysis and drafting, negotiation and multi-stakeholder coordination plus publicity and training materials to assist in the progress towards government and institutional legal accountability for maternal health rights in Tanzania.
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The Liya Kebede Foundation commits to campaign for greater access to safe motherhood services for all women for a three year period from 2014-2016.
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The US Coalition for Child Survival commits by pledging continued efforts to promote and achieve specific Congressional legislation to assure on-going development of a US strategy to improve women’s and children’s health.

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Water.org strives to develop and drive market-based and scalable models that can more effectively address water and sanitation needs at the base of the economic pyramid. Water.org is committed to taking this approach to the next level by expanding and scaling its WaterCredit initiative in India to reach a minimum of 800,000 people, of which more than half are women and children, with clean water and sanitation by 2016.
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