The Republic of Madagascar Launches CARMMA
Her Excellency, the First Lady of Madagascar, Madame RAJAONARIMAMPIANINA Voahangy and the Prime Minister Dr. KOLO Roger, signing their CARMMA Commitment
15 September 2014Past Events
Madagascar joins the other Islands of the Indian Ocean to launch the Campaign on Accelerated Reduction of Maternal, Newborn and Child Mortality in Africa (CARMMA). The launch event held at the Stade Couvert de Mahamasina, in the capital of... MORE
ACERWC Delegation Assesses Situation of Children Affected by the Conflict in South Sudan
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06 August 2014
The Delegation of the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child (ACERWC) and its Secretariat led by Prof. Julia Sloth-Nielsen, are in Juba, South Sudan to conduct an advocacy mission on the situation of children affected by... MORE
Experts Endorse African Union Roadmap on Health
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06 August 2014Past Events
A two-day meeting to validate data for the review of the expiring policy documents and preparation of the 2014/15 MNCH Status Report concludes at the African Union Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The objective of the meeting was to validate... MORE
Somalia Set to Launch CARMMA
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06 August 2014
After a number of unsuccessful attempts to launch the African Union Commission’s flagship initiative ‘CARMMA’, the Campaign on Accelerated Reduction of Maternal Mortality in Africa in Somalia, the country is preparing the launch the campaign this... MORE
"Good Nutrition is a Basic Building Block of Human Capital which in turn Contributes to Economic Growth and Development” His Majesty King Letsie III of the Kingdom of Lesotho
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14 July 2014Past Events
Recently appointed African Nutrition Champion, His Majesty King Letsie III of the Kingdom of Lesotho today pressed African governments to commit resources to their nutrition plans to allow them to reap the benefits of investment in nutrition. The... MORE
African Activists Meet in Johannesburg to Demand more Transparent Health Budgets
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14 July 2014
African civil society organizations are calling for greater accountability and transparency from African leaders regarding the use of public funds for the survival of mothers and babies. Activists will take advantage of an international conference... MORE
African Leaders Commit to Ending Preventable Maternal, Newborn and Child Deaths on the Continent
14 July 2014Past Events
African Governments have demonstrated strong political commitment to achieving targets of the MDGs – including reducing child mortality rates and improving maternal health. However, despite encouraging progress, women and children in Africa still... MORE
Experts Call on the African Union to Promote the Rights and Welfare of the Child
14 July 2014Past Events
The Africa Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child (ACERWC), established by the African Union in 2001 to promote and protect the rights of the African Child, has called on African Leaders to accelerate the promotion of the... MORE
Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Summit in Toronto, Canada
02 June 2014Past Events
From May 28 to 30, 2014, Prime Minister Harper hosted a Global Summit on maternal, newborn and child health in Toronto. With a focus on reducing the preventable deaths of newborns, women and children younger than the age of five in developing... MORE
African Nutrition Experts to Converge in Nairobi
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30 April 2014Upcoming Events
In response to the challenges that Africa faces in nutrition and food security the African Task Force on Food and Nutrition Development (ATFFND), which was established to advocate and sensitize Africa’s Leaders about the essential role food and... MORE

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