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Date: 04/28/2017
Source: Global Financing Facility
Type: Updates
On April 24th, the Global Financing Facility Investors Group (GFF IG) approved the GFF Civil Society Engagement Strategy to ensure that civil society is meaningfully involved in the GFF partnership, from sub-national to national to global levels. The strategy seeks to ensure the full breadth of civil society skills and expertise contribute to determining and achieving mutual goals and targets,...
Date: 04/24/2017
Source: Health Reporters
Type: In the News
Today April 24, 2017 marks a historic moment as the Global Financing Facility (GFF) for Every Woman Every Child Investors Group unanimously approved the Civil Societies’ Engagement Strategy that will support to roll out implementation of activities that will strengthen the participation of CSOs at global, regional and country level in GFF. It took place during the 5th GFF Investors Group Meeting...
Date: 03/30/2017
Source: Bloomberg
Type: In the News
Novel treatment may be submitted for Indian approval this year Doctors are on the cusp of launching the first new male contraceptive in more than a century. But rather than a Big Pharma lab, the breakthrough is emerging from a university startup in the heart of rural India. Years of human trials on the injectable, sperm-zapping product are coming to an end, and researchers are preparing to submit...
Date: 03/29/2017
Source: Performance Monitoring & Evidence Working Group (PME WG)
Type: Updates
At its semi-annual meeting in Nairobi, Kenya in March 2017, the FP2020 Performance Monitoring & Evidence Working Group (PME WG) acknowledged the confusion around the term “additional users,” – FP2020 Core Indicator 1 – and sought to clarify the terminology with the following statement: "The term "additional users" does not apply to individuals, but refers to the net number of current modern...
Date: 03/24/2017
Source: SciDevNet
Type: In the News
Scaling up low-cost technological innovations and incorporating business model into healthcare could help cut maternal and child deaths in Sub-Saharan Africa, experts say.   According to World Health Organisation, Sub-Saharan Africa alone accounted for 66 per cent of global maternal deaths in 2015.   At a meeting of the General Electric (GE) healthymagination Mother and Child Program meeting held...
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