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Uzbekistan commits to ensure that 96% of children aged 6-59 months receive vitamin A twice a year by up to 2015; 100% coverage of pregnant women with HIV counseling; and testing and reduction of mother-to-child HIV transmission down to less than 2%. Uzbekistan also commits to improve quality of care provided to mothers and children by training 25,000 health workers up to 2015 on evidence-based modern technologies to provide reproductive health services, emergency obstetrical care, effective prenatal care, international criteria of live birth, basic care and resuscitation of newborns, breastfeeding and rational nutrition of children, integrated management of childhood illnesses in the primary healthcare and hospitals and child growth monitoring.
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The Socialist Republic of Viet Nam committed to the Global Strategy for Women's, Children's and Adolescents' Health in 2015.


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Yemen will enforce the ministerial decree to provide free contraceptives to all women of reproductive age, and free deliveries, and will endorse a safe motherhood law to minimize harmful practices. Yemen will expand Reproductive Health services to reach 85% of all health facilities, focusing expansion in rural areas, and increase by 20% the percentage of health facilities that provide basic and comprehensive Emergency Obstetric and Neo-Natal Care services. Yemen will increase security on essential drugs and contraceptives through improving the logistics management system, ensuring full cost coverage of reproductive health commodity security, maintaining the full cost coverage of routine vaccines and assuring financial sustainability of new vaccines according to GAVI’s co-financing policy.
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Zambia committed to the Global Strategy for Women's, Children's and Adolescents' Health in 2015.
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Zimbabwe committed to the Global Strategy for Women's, Children's and Adolescents' Health in 2016.
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