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The Commonwealth of Australia committed to the Global Strategy for Women's, Children's and Adolescents' Health in 2015.


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ayzh, Inc. commits to invest $150,000 in developing a “Healthy Newborn Kit” to provide innovative, affordable, and accessible new technology for women giving birth and to strengthen workforce capacity through mobile phone-based educational messages targeting healthcare workers.
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In 2010, Bangladesh committed to doubling the percentage of births attended by a skilled health worker by 2015. At the London Family Planning Summit in 2012, Bangladesh committed to many more goals addressing sexual and reproductive health and rights, early marriage and child birth, and maternal and child health needs.
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BRAC commits to raise US $262 million over the next five years in support of programs and projects in Bangladesh and eight other countries: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Uganda, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Liberia, Tanzania, and Haiti.

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Banka BioLoo commits $10 million to providing accessible, affordable and sustainable sanitation solutions to 200,000 women and girls in homes across India, and to reaching 3,000 Indian schools by 2020 in order to provide access to adequate sanitation for 120,000 girls from low-income families.
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In support of the updated Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health BayerHealthCare (BHC) commits to expand its successful youth-centric health programs over the coming five years under the umbrella of the World Contraception Day initiative and its related “It’s Your Life – It’s Your Future” campaign.
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Bayer and White Ribbon Alliance commit to the prevention of maternal, newborn and child death through the application of self-care policy advancement and self-care community level intervention programs in the areas of nutrition, hygiene, preventative care and minor treatments.
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The BBC World Service Trust commits $30 million over the next 5 years. The Trust will scale up its work in Africa and Asia to work with media and communications to improve health. The Trust is committed to building the capacity of local partners in health communication and to developing pioneering new approaches to health communication using the power of new media and communications technology. 

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BD has committed to utilize extensive cross-sector collaboration to develop, clinically test, manufacture, and distribute at scale – at favorable conditions in low resource settings – new innovations designed to address leading causes of maternal and newborn mortality and morbidity.
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The Republic of Benin committed to the Global Strategy for Women's, Children's and Adolescents' Health in 2015.


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