All women and children should have the same chance at a healthy life, regardless of where they are born. This #IWD2019, see our stories of advancing respectful maternity care.
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This International Women's Day we're working to guarantee women's right to respectful maternity care and to ensure all women and children have the same chance at a healthy life, regardless of where they are born. See our stories from India and Nepal.
In October 2018, the Government of Nepal adopted the Safe Motherhood and Reproductive Health Rights Act of Nepal. The legislation marks the first time that respectful maternity care has been included in national legislation.
In response to a shortfall in funding for family planning, a private sector organization has committed 15 million FCFA. These funds, from the International Management Group, have been used to fund family planning activities that help implement the costed implementation plan in Côte d'Ivoire for 2015-2020.
Guatemala's Ministry of Education launched its National Labor Training System, which seeks to regulate and conduct professional development both within and outside of school systems to respond to the labor demands of the productive sector.