Save the Children, along with World Health Organization (WHO) Clinton Health Access Initiative USAID India and UNICEF India, jointly hosted an official Side Event on “Multi-sectoral Partnerships for Child Health: Accelerating Progress Towards SDGs”. The central focus of the side-event was to stimulate political momentum on small and sick new-borns and childhood pneumonia as a part of The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health 2018.

The event aimed at generating greater political momentum to end preventable child deaths, promote multi-sectoral partnerships to improve child health and create a platform for knowledge exchange between different actors and countries. The event also provided an opportunity for various partners to reinforce their full commitment and support towards multi-sectoral partnerships for ending preventable child deaths and accelerating progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 3.2. Here are some pictures to give you a glimpse of the event.

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