Compliance with G8 Commitments
on Maternal and Children's Health, 1975-2009
Jenilee Guebert, G8 Research Group
January 7, 2010
See also: Assessment of G8 Commitments on Maternal, Newborn and Children's Health, June 13, 2010 [PDF]
|Commitment||Overall||United States||Japan||Germany||United Kingdom||France||Italy||Canada||Russia||European Union|
2002-109. [Helping Africa combat the effects of HIV/AIDS – including by] Supporting programmes that help mothers and children infected or affected by HIV/AIDS, including children orphaned by AIDS
2002-124. [Accelerating the elimination and mitigation in Africa of polio, river blindness and other
diseases or health deficiencies – including by:] Supporting relevant public-private partnerships for the immunization of children and the elimination of micro-nutrient deficiencies in Africa
2006-27: [In our response to HIV/AIDS, we will adhere to the following principles:] scale up support to address the rising rates of HIV infection among young people, particularly young girls and women
2007-229. Recognizing the growing feminization of the AIDS epidemic, the G8 in cooperation with partner governments support a gender-sensitive response by the GFATM, with the goal of ensuring that greater attention and appropriate resources are allocated by the Fund to HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, and care that addresses the needs of women and girls.
2007-233: The G8 will take concrete steps to support education programs especially for girls, to promote knowledge about sexuality and reproductive health and the prevention of sexually transmitted infections.
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