Keeping promises, measuring results

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The United Nations Commission on Information and Accountability for Women’s and Children’s Health developed an accountability framework in 2011 to accelerate progress in maternal and child health survival. The framework is grounded in a human rights approach, which recognises that women’s and children’s health is a fundamental human right. The aim of the framework is to hold countries accountable for their promises and is relevant to a wide range of actors from civil society organisations, government, the health sector, the private sector, media and the donor community.

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