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Date:5/19/2011

atio of births attended by a qualified health personnel from 87.5% to 95%; reduce the percentage of inadequate family planning service delivery from 37% to 15%; increase the geographic coverage of PMTCT services from 23% to 95%; increase the percentage of pregnant women receiving ARVs from prenatal centres from 29% to 95%; and increase the prevalence of contraception from 33.7% to 50%.

TAJIKISTAN

Tajikistan commits to ensure that by 2015, 85% of midwives are trained in provision of emergency obstetric care; at least 85% of maternity facilities apply the clinical protocols approved by the ministry of health; youth friendly health services are expanded from pilot to nationwide implementation; and 50% of the needs of women of reproductive age in modern contraceptives are covered from the budget. Tajikistan will also develop an accreditation policy for maternity institutions and ensure that 90% of maternity hospitals are certified.

TOGO

Togo commits to ensure 95% coverage of vaccination for children under 5, and to implement the Campaign on Accelerated Reduction of Maternal Mortality in Africa (CARMMA).

VIET NAM

Viet Nam commits to increase rate of pregnant women with access to PMTCT services from 20% to 50%; increase the rate of people with disabilities who had access to RHC services from 20% to 50%; increase rate of pregnant women received antenatal care (at least three visits during 3 trimesters) from 80% to 85%; increase the rate of couples who received pre-marital counseling and health check from 20% to 50%;and the rate of women giving birth with trained health workers from 96% to 98%.


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Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health
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