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In 2012, AWHONN confirmed their commitment to raise awareness of risks associated with late preterm birth, reduce complications, and improve care provided to women and newborns through their Late Preterm Infant (LPI) Research-Based Practice Project (RBP), supported by Johnson & Johnson.
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COINN is committed to improving neonatal health outcomes, focusing on the most vulnerable newborns from the first minutes of life until 28 days. COINN and its member associations aim to work together with country health departments to train healthcare workers in the care of the newborn, particularly the preterm and sick newborn.
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The Global Strategy has given the Edna Adan University Hospital an additional incentive to work even harder towards further improving the health of the women and children they serve. The hospital aims to train additional Public Health Midwives and further reduce the maternal mortality rate (MMR) among women admitted to their hospital.
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The Health Care Professionals Associations (HCPA) of the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health collectively commit US$31, 218,000, of which $15 million represents in kind contribution over the next five years through support to Ministries of Health, District governments, UN agencies and Bi-laterals in 25 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America.
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In support of the updated Global Strategy, the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) commits to support competency-based midwifery education programmes and faculty development through ICM standards, guidelines and education programme certification mechanism throughout ICM’s Strategic Directions 2014-2017 and 2017-2020.
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The International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) commits global obstetric and gynecological expertise in support of integrated, evidence-based, maternal health practices and life-saving interventions. In addition, grants totaling approximately USD $12.6 million have been secured for a range of related activities.
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WomanCare Global (WCG) and PSI will expand access to and stimulate demand for family planning by merging WCG’s supply chain management and quality assurance expertise with PSI’s health communications and social marketing of products and services. 
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The Women's Funding Network and the International Network of Women’s Funds have committed $7 million on behalf of 12 women’s funds that make health focused grants in high burden countries. The Networks are committed to ensuring that up to 70 percent of grants made by women’s funds reflect a health component.
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