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Date:5/19/2011

illnesses including pediatric HIV/AIDS in 75% of the health facilities.

COMOROS

Comoros commits to increase health sector spending to 14% of budget by 2014; ensure universal coverage for PMTCT by 2015; reduce underweight children from 25% to 10%; increase contraception prevalence rate from 13% to 20%; and the births that take place in health facilities from 75% to 85%. Comoros will also accelerate the implementation existing national policies including the national plan for reproductive health commodity security, the strategic plan for human resources for health, and the roadmap for accelerating reduction of maternal and neonatal mortality.

GUINEA

Guinea commits to establish a budget line for reproductive health commodities; ensure access to free prenatal and obstetric care, both basic and emergency; ensure provision of newborn care in 2 national hospitals, 7 regional hospitals, 26 district hospitals, and 5 municipality medical centres; and introduce curriculum on integrated prevention and care of new born and childhood illnesses in health training institutes. Guinea also commits to secure 10 life-saving essential medications in at least 36 facilities providing basic obstetric care and 9 structures with comprehensive obstetric care by 2012; ensure at least three contraception methods in all the 406 centres of health in the public sector by December 2012; and include PMTCT in 150 health facilities.

KYRGYZSTAN

The Government of Kyrgyzstan commits to ensure that 100 % of the population of reproductive age have choice and access to modern contraception with at least 3 modern methods of family planning ; 100% free medical care for pregnant women and under-fives; ensure at least 80% of births take place at a health facilities and 90% of health facilities have access to centralized water supply system. Kyrgyzstan will ensure that 95% of health facilities with antenatal services provide both H
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