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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has long been an avid supporter of UN Foundation campaigns and goals, including Every Woman Every Child. In 2010, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation commmitted to give $1.5 billion over 5 years for women's and children's health, later adding $1 billion to that goal in 2012 to aid in providing 120 million additional women with contraceptives, information and services by 2020. The foundation reaffirmed this commitment as part of the Every Newborn Action Plan in 2014.
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Bloomberg Philanthropies commits to becoming a partner in this groundbreaking initiative for family planning with a contribution of US $50 million over the next eight years.

 


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The Blue Marble venture team commits to support a proposal of establishing a two year pilot between November 2016 to November  2018, using a weather index insurance solution that will insure smallholder maize farmers against seasonal drought in Zimbabwe.
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The Body Shop commits over $2.25 million for their initiative, ‘Stop the Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People’, developed in partnership with ECPAT International, and launched in 60 countries. The Body Shop will launch in December 2010 the first of 3 annual campaigns in partnership with UNAIDS.

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Bolivia committed to the Global Strategy for Women's, Children's and Adolescents' Health in 2016.
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The Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation launched the Secure the Future (STF) campaign in 1999 to address the HIV epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa.  A major element of this launch was the development of a network of Children's Clinical Centers, which now see over 97,000 parents and children. The BSG Foundation commits to developing new centers and expanding their Technical Assistance Program, a five year, US $2 million commitment.
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The Brush Foundation works toward a future in which family planning world-wide is available, affordable, acceptable, effective and safe.
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BSR commits an estimated $6 million towards promoting women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights through workplace training programs in global supply chains to reach 5 million women by 2020.
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Buddhist Global Relief announces a commitment of USD $1.6M over the five-year period from 2016 to 2020 in support of the updated Global Strategy, and expects this commitment to have approximately 16,000 direct beneficiaries.
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The Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation commits to reducing mortality rates while increasing the quality of life among women and children through the provision of direct healthcare services, education, and training; and to the monitoring and tracking of patients/clients data for greater accountability.
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