PMNCH

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.

09-16-2014

World Prematurity Day 2013

Celine Dion: World Prematurity Day 2013 Video Transcript: “Hello. This is Celine Dion asking you to help put an end […]

09-19-2013

Case Study: PMNCH

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

06-04-2013

$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).

12-31-2012