Full document: Global Strategy for Women's and Children's health
This document was developed under the auspices of the United Nations Secretary-General with the support and facilitation of The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health. It has been discussed at the World Health Assembly, the UN General Assembly, the ECOSOC High-Level Segment, the G8 and G20 Summits, the Women Deliver conference, the Pacific Health Summit, the UN Global Compact Meeting and the African Union Summit, the Jakarta Special Ministerial Meeting on Millennium Development Goals in Asia and the Pacific, as well as within countries and international organizations. The Secretary- General would like to thank the many governments, organizations and individuals who provided comments during consultations and through written submissions:
Australia; Bangladesh; Brazil; Cambodia; Canada; Chile; China; Ethiopia; Finland; France; Germany; India; Indonesia; Italy; Japan; Liberia; Malawi; Malta; Mexico; Mozambique; Nepal; Netherlands; Niger; Nigeria; Norway; Pakistan; Republic of Korea; Russia; Rwanda; Senegal; Sierra Leone; Spain; South Africa; St. Lucia; Sweden; Tanzania; Uganda; United Kingdom; United States of America; African Union; European Union.
Asian Development Bank; Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Development Assistance Committee; the GAVI Alliance; the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Global Health Workforce Alliance; United Nations Joint Programme on HIV/AIDS; United Nations Children’s Fund; United Nations Development Programme; United Nations Population Fund; United Nations - Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights; World Bank; World Food Programme; World Health Organization; business community: Abbott; Boston Consulting Group; Intel; GE Healthcare; GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals; GSM Association; Johnson & Johnson; Lyfespring Hospitals; Merck Vaccines; MTV Networks International; Pfizer; Pepsico; Procter & Gamble; Rabin Partners; Sanofi Aventis; The Coca-Cola Company; Vodafone; Voxiva; Civil Society.
Academic, research and teaching institutions
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India; AII constituencies of The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health; Barcelona Centre for International Health Research, Spain; Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo, Norway; Centre for Health and Population Studies, Pakistan; Earth Institute, Columbia University, USA; Harvard School of Public Health, USA; Initiative for Maternal Mortality Programme Assessment, School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Aberdeen, UK; Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA; National Health Systems Resource Center, India; Umea Centre for Global Health Research, Sweden; Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Brazil; University of British Columbia, Canada; University of Lbandan, Nigeria;
Aga Khan Foundation; Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Doris Duke Charitable Foundation; Dubai Cares; Rockefeller Foundation; United Nations Foundation.
Health professional organizations
Council of International Neonatal Nurses; International Confederation of Midwives; International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics; International Paediatric Association; Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists; Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists; Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada; The International Pharmaceutical Federation; The World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists.
34 Million Friends of UNFPA; Africa Progress Panel; Amnesty International; Aspen Institute; ASTRA Central and Eastern European Women’s Network for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Poland; BRAC; Campaign on the Accelerated Reduction of Maternal Mortality in Africa; CARE International and CARE/USA; Center for Economic and Social Rights; Center for Health and Gender Equity; Center for Reproductive Rights; Commission for Africa; Digital Health Initiative; Eakok Attomanobik Unnayan Sangstha; End Water Poverty; Family Care International; Federation for Women and Family Planning; Federation of European Nurses in Diabetes; Foundation for Studies and Research on Women, Argentina; German Foundation for World Population (DSW); Girls Power Initiative, Nigeria; Global Health and Development; Global Health Council; Global Healthcare Information Network; Global Health Visions; Gynuity Health Projects; Health Alliance International; Health Poverty Action; International Baby Food Action Network; International Civil Society Support; International Coalition of Sexual and Reproductive Rights; International HIV/ AIDS Alliance; International Planned Parenthood Federation; International Women’s Health Coalition; LitteBigSouls; m-Health Alliance; March of Dimes; Mothers 2 Mothers; Mujer y Salud, Uruguay; Nord Sud XXI; ONE Campaign; Oxfam/France and Oxfam/GB, Accra; Partners in Population and Development; Pathfinder International; Physicians for Human Rights/USA; Population Services International; Program for Appropriate Technology in Health; Realizing Rights; Reproductive Health Matters; RESULTS; Rotary International; Save the Children Alliance, Save/UK and Save/US; Tearfund; The Children’s Project International; The YP Foundation, India; University of Washington/Health Action International; US Coalition for Child Survival; VSO International; WaterAid; White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood; Women and Children First; Women Deliver; Women’s Front of Norway; World Population Foundation/ Netherlands; World Vision International, World Vision/Australia and World Vision/UK.