World Vision International
World Vision International has committed to invest another USD $3 billion in sustainable health programming and in humanitarian emergency responses; in operational research and in advocacy at all levels.
As a global movement leading change in our communities, reaching 25 million women and girls in 125 countries, World YMCA commits to women's and children's health through advocacy, mobilizing support, devoting 1 billion hours of volunteer work, and a contribution of US $2 million dollars through the Power to Change Fund.
Worldwide Universities Network
The Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) Global Health Group commits to promoting healthy early life to reduce the burden of NCDs across the lifecourse, through research and advocacy about interventions to improve health in children, adolescents and young adults.
Y-PEER announces its commitment to the global strategy on Adolescents' and Girls' health and rights. They will do young people mobilization and political advocacy and raising the awareness of the population towards this issue.
Yemen will enforce the ministerial decree to provide free contraceptives to all women of reproductive age, and free deliveries, and will endorse a safe motherhood law to minimize harmful practices. Yemen will expand Reproductive Health services to reach 85% of all health facilities, focusing expansion in rural areas, and increase by 20% the percentage of health facilities that provide basic and comprehensive Emergency Obstetric and Neo-Natal Care services. Yemen will increase security on essential drugs and contraceptives through improving the logistics management system, ensuring full cost coverage of reproductive health commodity security, maintaining the full cost coverage of routine vaccines and assuring financial sustainability of new vaccines according to GAVI’s co-financing policy.