Alliance of Alliances
Recognizing the need for multi-sectoral cooperation and accountability to advance women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health and sustainable development, our organizations commit to work together across sectors, and develop an “Alliance of Alliances” working together at global, regional and country levels during 2015-2020.
Bayer and White Ribbon Alliance
Bayer and White Ribbon Alliance commit to the prevention of maternal, newborn and child death through the application of self-care policy advancement and self-care community level intervention programs in the areas of nutrition, hygiene, preventative care and minor treatments.
Caring & Living As Neighbours / Atfaal Welfare Society / Kakamega Children’s Library
Caring & Living As Neighbours, the Atfaal Welfare Society of Pakistan, and the Kakamega Children’s Library in Kenya commit to collaborative efforts to improve quality of life for children and adolescents living with and at risk of non-communicable diseases in resource-poor communities.
Centre for International Child Health, BC Children’s Hospital & Global Sepsis Alliance
The Centre for International Child Health (CICH) at the BC Children’s Hospital and the Global Sepsis Alliance (GSA) commit to reduce the burden of sepsis on children under five living in low and middle income countries.
DEKAI Partners and One Family People
2018 DEKAI Partners and One Family People commit to supporting Every Woman Every Child by impacting the lives of one thousand women and children in Sierra Leone from 2018-2020. Through their economic empowerment program, This Ability Salone, will lay the groundwork for functional socioeconomic inclusion and greater access to healthcare, nutrition products and wellness services, […]
Faith Alliance for Health
The Faith Alliance for Health is honoured to contribute to the new Global Strategy for Women's, Children's and Adolescents' Health to end preventable maternal, newborn and child deaths by 2030 by mobilizing 1 million faith leaders to reach 50 million families or an estimated 250 million people living in countries with a high burden of child deaths from 2016 to 2020.