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Date: 08/28/2015
Source: PMNCH
Type: Updates
The two-day global 'Call to Action Summit 2015' concluded with Ministers and senior delegates from more than 22 countries delegations adopting the Delhi Declaration on 'ending preventable maternal and child deaths'. The declaration was developed as an outcome of the high-level ministerial conclave held at the summit. The Summit was an opportunity for Health Ministers, academic experts, health...
Date: 08/28/2015
Source: Government of Kenya
Type: Updates
The Government of Kenya had a temporary loss of the family planning budget line following devolution, however this is being addressed and the government has allocated USD $500,000 as a line item for family planning commodities in the year 2015-2016, [and] this will be scaled up in coming years. The supply plan requirements for 2015-2016 are estimated at USD $8,946,016. The MOH has secured funding...
Date: 08/28/2015
Source: Government of India
Type: Updates
In August 2015, the Government of India shared an update on its commitment to FP2020. Here are the government's responses.  34 million eligible couples in India have been provided with modern contraceptives in 2014 (3.9 million female sterilization, 0.78 million male sterilization, 5.2 million IUCD insertions, 4.5 million condom users and 3.2 million [oral contraceptive pill] (OCP) users) India...
Date: 08/16/2015
Source: PMNCH
Type: Updates
After three years of intense advocacy, women and children’s health is poised to claim a central role in the new post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agenda. The proposed outcome document of the SDG Summit, Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, was published this week. It includes a broad range of targets relating to reproductive, maternal, newborn, child...
Date: 08/16/2015
Source: PMNCH
Type: Updates
After three years of intense advocacy, women and children’s health is poised to claim a central role in the new post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agenda. The proposed outcome document of the SDG Summit, Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, was published this week. It includes a broad range of targets relating to reproductive, maternal, newborn, child...
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