Global Breastfeeding Advocacy Initiative (UNICEF/WHO)
The Global Breastfeeding Advocacy Initiative commits to increasing awareness about breastfeeding and advocating for increased political commitment to and investment for breastfeeding programmes and supportive policies.
International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics / International Confederation of Midwives / International Pediatric Association
The Health Care Professionals Associations (HCPA) sitting on the Board of the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (the Partnership), FIGO, ICM, and IPA are collectively committed to working together towards achieving the goals of the updated Global Strategy for Women, Children and Adolescents Health.
Masimo & Newborn Foundation
Masimo and the Newborn Foundation, with their partners, commit to implement the BORN Project, which seeks to reduce newborn deaths through newly developed mobile app-based pulse oximetry technology that will support early detection and treatment for the major causes of newborn mortality.
NCD Child / American Academy of Pediatrics / CLAN
NCD Child commits to integrating children, adolescents and a life-course approach within national NCD prevention strategies. CLAN's strategic framework for action provides a sustainable, scalable model for a range of stakeholders to engage with and support child and youth NCD communities to drive long-term change that will enable all children to enjoy the highest quality of life possible.
Nutrition International and UNFPA
Nutrition International and UNFPA have made a commitment to FP2020, in support of Every Woman Every Child, to increase the impact of nutrition and family planning interventions for women and adolescent girls from January 2018 till July 2020. This will be achieved by: improving service access; achieving program efficiency; and harnessing the mutually reinforcing nature of sexual and reproductive health and nutrition programming.
Spark Minda Foundation and Pathfinder International
Spark Minda, one of India’s leading manufacturers of automobile components, recognizes family planning as a significant contributor to women’s empowerment and socio-economic development, particularly for India’s underprivileged populations. Spark Minda Foundation by the year 2020 will reach 3000 women belonging to lower socio economic strata and rural areas from the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamilnadu and Uttrakhand in the field of Family Planning, Reproductive Health and Menstrual Hygiene.