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EVERY ONE Campaign’s 2010 First Progress Report

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Publication year:

2011

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English

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Format:

pdf (3.9 MiB)

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Publisher:

Save the Children International

In 2009, Save the Children embarked on the global campaign EVERY ONE to prevent the unnecessary deaths of children under 5 and to play a part in achieving Millennium Development Goal 4, which aims to reduce the under 5 mortality rate by two thirds by 2015. This is the EVERY ONE campaign’s first progress report, which sheds light on the achievements in the campaign’s first full year. Reporting on the activities in 2010, it highlights: the training provided to 84,906 health workers; the 5.8 million actions taken by people around the world to support the campaign; policy breakthroughs that will affect millions more children; and the key role played in the UN’s Every Woman Every Child Global Strategy. It is a useful report that can be shared with new and existing external partners. Among other positive outcomes, the report tells about one-year-old Shivam taking his first steps – one of thousands of children the EVERY ONE campaign has helped survive and thrive.

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