A Promise Renewed is a global effort to end preventable child deaths. If you work somewhere that is committed to advocacy and action for maternal, newborn and child survival, sign here!
The private sector plays a crucial role in reducing preventable child deaths – researching and developing new products to combat the causes of child mortality; mobilizing resources for government-led strategies for maternal, newborn and child survival; and working with governments, civil society and other partners to find innovative ways to deliver life-saving interventions to the women and children who face the greatest risk of dying from preventable causes. Please, sign the pledge, if your company is committed to advancing any one of these actions.
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