Mozambique vows greater commitment to women, children and adolescents

27 JULY 2016 | MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE — Mozambique has made a commitment to the Global Strategy. In a letter of intent to the UN Secretary-General, the President of Mozambique, underlined the importance of country commitments and pledged unequivocal support to the Global Strategy. The Partnership led by its Board Co-Chair, Helga Fogstad, played a catalytic role in mobilising this recent commitment, which includes an increase in public expenditure and national budget dedicated to health with a focus on women, children and adolescents.

Strengthening Accountability to Achieve the SDGs

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19 JULY 2016 | NEW YORK, NY — An Every Woman Every Child event on the sides of the High-level Political Forum in New York brought together experts to share global and national experiences over the past five years that have had an impact on accountability. Participants heard diverse perspectives on how to ensure accountability for action and results, as well as the role of cross-sectoral collaboration in achieving the targets to implement the Global Strategy for Women's, Children's and Adolescents' Health in support of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Event: Strengthening Accountability to Achieve the SDGs

Bartolomeus Marsudiharjo, World Vision

19 JULY 2016 | NEW YORK, NY — How can we strengthen accountability to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for every woman, every child, every adolescent, everywhere? At a side event during the High-level Political Forum in New York, on 19 July, Every Woman Every Child partners will share valuable experiences over the last five years from the national and global level that have had an impact in ensuring accountability for action and results. Speakers will explore how to strengthen accountability as well as the role of cross-sectoral collaboration in the achievements of the targets of the Global Strategy and related SDGs.

Adolescent and youth constituency defines its contribution to the implementation of the PMNCH workplan

4-6 JULY 2016 | JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA — A meeting of the Partnership’s Adolescent and Youth constituency in Johannesburg this week, resulted in definition of the constituency's priorities in the sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health continuum of care as well as the constituency's contribution to the Partnership’s workplan. In addition, the AY constituency established its structure, membership criteria and operational guidelines on how to collaborate and deliver a workplan effectively.

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