Jonathan Promises High-Level Advocacy To Improve Maternal And Child Health



 

 

 

 

 

 

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan pledged in New York that as co-chair of the new United Nations Commission Vital Supplies for Women and Children, he will undertake advocacy at the highest levels of global governance for the increased availability of essential supplies for maternal and child in all regions of the world.
In a video message to the launching of the commission, President Jonathan promised that he will also for increased affordability and accessibility of the essential supplies.“I stand , together the Prime Minister of Norway, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg, to join the advocacy at the highest levels for increased availability, affordability and accessibility of essential underutilized supplies for maternal and child .
“We will closely the UN Secretary-General, Mr. Ban Ki Moon, as well as the Executive Directors of UNFPA and UNICEF who are vice-Co-Chairs of this . We must all to make a difference and the time now,” the President said.
Noting   management of the of women in every society was at the heart of their well-being and development, President Jonathan said that there could be no doubt that more lives could be saved by increasing access to affordable, medicines  and supplies.
in recognition of the sad condition of the health and children in parts of the world that I consider imperative to accept to serve as co-chair of the new Commission Vital Supplies for Women and Children,” the President said.
The Prime Minister of Norway the other designated co-Chair of the Commission.

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