14 JUNE 2013 | VENICE, ITALY — The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health, the World Health Organization and the University of Washington kicked off a two-day meeting on 13 June of the Study Group of the Global Investment Framework for Women’s and Children’s Health. The purpose of the meeting is to review the conceptual framework, methods and preliminary results of the ongoing analytical work and seek strategic guidance on how to take the investment framework forward.
10 JUNE 2013 — Leaders gathered at a high-level summit in London, UK, in the lead up to this year’s G8 Summit in Northern Ireland, have signed a global agreement to prevent millions of infant and child deaths, and boost the life chances of millions more, by equipping the developing world with the means to beat malnutrition.
3 JUNE 2013 | GENEVA — The High-level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda issued its final report to the United Nations Secretary General on 30 May 2013. The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health congratulates the High-Level Panel on its ambition to end all forms of poverty, in particular for the poorest and most vulnerable, and for its recognition of the centrality of health and the required focus on women and children to sustainable development.
PMNCH joined partners in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 28-30 May for the third global Women Deliver conference—an opportunity to keep up pressure to continue investing in girls and women and to demand accountability from the international community on commitments made to women’s and children’s health.
13 June 2013
A new report from RAND Europe looks at providing timely, reliable and high-quality evidence to inform decision-making to improve women’s and children’s health.
6 June 2013
Five years after an initial series on maternal and child undernutrition, The Lancet looks at national progress in nutrition programmes, international efforts toward previous recommendations, and new challenges for low-income and middle-income countries ahead of the 2013 G8 Summit in the United Kingdom.
28 May 2013
Changemakers in the Asia region have taken an important step towards helping accelerate progress for women’s and children’s health, launching the Innovation Working Group Asia (aIWG), to support the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health and Every Woman Every Child movement.
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