Every Woman Every Child Progress: Gains for Women’s and Children’s Health
Since its launch in September 2010, the Every Woman Every Child movement has helped catalyze new attention and investment to some of the most neglected causes of women’s and children’s mortality. Through unprecedented global coordination and partnerships, the movement has leveraged more than $20 billion in new money to save the lives of 16 million women and children by 2015. Results of these joint efforts, and new commitments to spur even greater progress, will be announced tonight at a special dinner in New York to be hosted by the UN Secretary-General for senior leaders attending the UN General Assembly. Read the full press release.