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Global Strategy on Women's and Children's Health

This is a presentation on the UN Secretary-General's Global Strategy on Maternal and Child Health

Unni Gopinathan

on 4 March 2011

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Transcript of Global Strategy on Women's and Children's Health

UN Secretary General's Global Strategy on Women's and Children's Health The Global Strategy and the IFMSA
- Working with the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health
- Identify commitments for our NMOs towards 2015
- Publish them on everywomaneverychild.com
- Track and promote progress Working Groups - IFMSA Commitments for the Global Strategy on Women's and Children's Health Medical students worldwide, making an important contribution to the Global Strategy on Women's and Children's Health What are we waiting for? - A series of live-saving interventions not available
- Emergencies that are difficult to predict or prevent
- Need for 24h/7d service
Postpartum hemorrhages
Infections Adolescent health
- 16 million girls aged 15-19 years give birth annually
Little education
Rural dwelling
Low income
- With higher risks of dying
Unsafe abortion
Obstructed labour
Complications from anemia
Lower use of antenatal care What about their mothers? Social determinants of health - the major factor - Think big
- Be creative
- Think global level
- Think local activities
- Think awareness and peer education
- Think community health
- Be advocates for the public good

Be a champion for change
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