Partnership for Safe Motherhood and Newborn Health
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1987 Nairobi Kenya
1987, Nairobi (Kenya), as Safe Motherhood Initiative (SMI) -- Maternité sans risques -- Maternidad sin Riesgo, at conference of international and regional agencies, national governments, academic institutions and NGOs. Previously also referred to as Safe Motherhood Inter-Agency Group. Developed under current title, 2004. Ceased to exist on merger within E-XM3774 - PMNCH, Sep 2005.
Increase maternal safety; reduce the number of deaths and illnesses associated with pregnancy and childbirth; contribute to improved maternal and newborn survival and well-being by promoting and supporting the implementation of cost-effective interventions in the developing world.
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