#Commit2deliver Working To Bolster Efforts To Save Lives Of Women, Children

Huffington Post U.K.: Five Things You Need to Know About #Commit2deliver
Allan Pamba, GSK vice president for East Africa

“…Last month I was at an Every Woman Every Child event held in the margins of the United Nations General Assembly week, where heads of state, business leaders, philanthropists — even some celebrities — joined together with the aim to save the lives of 16 million women and children by 2015. … #Commit2deliver, the hashtag used to generate support for such commitments and call for greater accountability from global leaders, was trending on Twitter during the UNGA. Here are the five things I took away from the discussions about #Commit2deliver. 1. The Innovation pipeline is rich and getting richer … 2. Time to be bold & take a chance at scale … 3. People need to work together … 4. It’s all about education too … 5. Support is coming from unlikely places… (10/22).

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