Powerful synergies across different sectors improve health of poor women and children

New studies have uncovered the specific interventions and advances that have led to the success with these at-risk populations in the poorest countries. New research across 142 countries finds that some 50 percent of the reduction in under-five child mortality in those countries is attributable to high impact health interventions such as early immunizations and skilled birth attendance.


World Prematurity Day 2013

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Case Study: PMNCH

$50 Billion for Mothers, Newborns and Children In 2000, the United Nations developed 8 Millennium Development Goals (MDG) to save […]


$20 Billion for Women’s and Children’s Health

New Funds to Spur Progress in Meeting Health Targets Article The Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health has received about $20 billion in new money, according to a new report from The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (PMNCH).