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Executive Director’s video blog

At the 70th UN General Assembly

The Partnership’s Robin Gorna explains why the UN General Assembly this week in New York is a game-changer for women’s, children’s and adolescents' health. Watch the video.


Together we can deliver for women, children and adolescents everywhere...

At the dawn of the new Sustainable Development Goals and Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health, The Partnership’s Robin Gorna reflects on what this new ambitious agenda means for every woman, every child, everywhere.


Robin Gorna, 17th Meeting of the PMNCH Board

Robin Gorna reports from the PMNCH board meeting in Lusaka where some key decisions have been made on the Partnership’s future.


Accountability for Results, Resources and Rights

Robin Gorna looks back at the recent Stakeholder Consultation on Accountability in Geneva, which charts the way forward for a new unified global accountability framework focused on Results, Resources and Rights.


A Special Year End Message

In this year-end video message, Robin Gorna highlights some of the key successes and remaining challenges in a 'landmark' year for women's, children's and adolescents' health.


Video: A year to prove women deliver, and not just babies

Its 2016, the beginning of the Sustainable Development Goals agenda and Robin Gorna, Executive Director of the Partnership, highlights some of the work that must be done to start delivering on the Global Goals and Global Strategy. Watch the video.


Joining together to step it up for gender equality

International Women’s Day, the appointment of the Independent Accountability Panel led by Sania Nishtar, and what the Zika Virus means for women’s rights are discussed in this new video blog from Robin Gorna. She highlights the important role of accountability in addressing gender equality and strengthening systems that give women and girls access to the SRHR services they need.


Translating evidence into practice for women, children and adolescents

Robin Gorna looks forward to a busy May and reflects on important events and opportunities for the Partnership’s work at the upcoming 4th Women Deliver Conference, World Humanitarian Summit, and World Health Assembly. She also addresses some of the Partnership's primary focus as it moves from planning to action, including establishing better ways of working with its over 700 partners, taking forward its new responsibility around accountability and making sure work has an impact in countries.


The Partnership at the 4th Women Deliver Conference 16-19 May

Robin Gorna talks about the Women Deliver Conference, where PMNCH will join close to 6,000 young people, world leaders, advocates and policymakers in Copenhagen to advocate for the health, rights, and well-being of girls and women everywhere. The Global Strategy will be a big part of the conference discussions as well as gender equality, education, environment, and economic empowerment.

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