European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI)
The European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI) is the first pan-European organization and interactive network to represent the interests of preterm and newborn infants, and their families. EFCNI commits itself to make maternal and newborn health a policy priority in Europe by the year 2020.
The Ford Foundation projects over $100 million in grants in its Sexuality and Reproductive Health programs over the next five years to strengthen sexual and reproductive health and rights through comprehensive sexuality education and an evidence-based public discourse -- supporting visionary people and organizations working to ensure that young people are empowered to have access to the information and services they need.
World-renowned photographer Anne Geddes has a history of charitable commitment. She commits to work alongside the United Nations to find strategic ways to provide a voice to the Every Woman Every Child story to raise awareness and to continue to motivate people around the world to make the health of women and children a top priority.
Global Fund for Women
Global Fund for Women commits $2 million over the next 2 years towards advancing health and sexual and reproductive rights in over 40 countries in the Americas, Asia and Oceania, Middle East, North Africa, and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Goal4.org commits to increasing the number of women who understand the key danger signs in pregnancy and child health, who understand and practice the steps to preventing complications in pregnancy, delivery, and infant and child illness, and who through that knowledge and action will become the agents of change for reducing maternal mortality and infant and child morbidity and deaths.
Grand Challenges Canada
Grand Challenges Canada (GCC), with funding from the Government of Canada, is making a two-part commitment to Every Woman Every Child (EWEC) with an emphasis on promoting and scaling up RMNCAH-focused innovations via GCC’s commitment to align its MNCH platform up to $161M in support of EWEC, as well as hosting of the Innovation Marketplace Secretariat and GCC’s CEO Peter A. Singer co-chairing the EWEC Innovation Working Group. GCC is committed to align its recently announced USD $120M funding agreement for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health (MNCH) from the Government of Canada with EWEC.