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At the 2012 London Family Planning Summit, Denmark committed an additional US $13 million over eight years, on top of its existing funding.

 
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Design that Matters commits to delivering 3 products by 2020. These products are adjacent innovations to their Firefly newborn phototherapy device, and will exponentially scale Firefly's impact.
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Discovery commits to improving maternal and child health through business and corporate investment.
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Djibouti has set a number of goals to improve health care for mothers and children. Its commitments address several topics, including malnutrition, contraception availability, delivery service, HIV/AIDS, and many more.
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DKT International commits through the HAND to HAND Campaign to increase new users of family planning from 19 million couples to 25 million couples and increase of 6 million users by 2015 and sell 3 million condoms, 250 million oral contraceptives and 60 million injectable contraceptives and 500,000 IUDs by 2015.

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Dominican Republic committed to the Global Strategy for Women's, Children's and Adolescents' Health in 2016.



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Smoke from traditional cookstoves kills nearly two million people annually, with women and young children most at risk from acute and chronic diseases such as pneumonia, heart and lung disease, COPD, accidents and the dangers to personal safety associated with fuel gathering for the family fire. Dow Corning will provide US $5 million in unrestricted support over five years to the United Nations-led Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves
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DSM commits, by December 2017, to invest up to $200,000 to develop a framework for scale-up of MMS in countries with high burdens of under-nutrition and neonatal mortality, investing in capacity development for policy development and advocacy, and contributing in-kind research.
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DSW commits to continue and expand its advocacy for both expanded availability and removal of barriers and to help build community support for contraceptive access.
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e-KSS’ Amazon Indigenous Telehealth (e-AIT) Program is a pioneering telehealth project that commits, within a 5-year time frame (2013 – 2017), to conduct research, provide technical assistance, education, training, and direct services and/or products to empower the people, thereby ensuring sustainability in the health outcomes of indigenous women and children in the Amazon rainforest.
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