INNOVATION and strong business impulses can be driving factors in reducing maternal and child mortality in the post-2015 development agenda, some experts have said.
Speaking during the final day of
He made the remarks during a panel discussion moderated by Prime Minister
"The level of partnership and collaboration represented on stage today exceeds what we have seen in this space and in this sector at any time in the past several decades.
"These are the kinds of innovative partnerships that we can bring to bear," Chan said, adding that it was the WHO's role to assure quality, safety and efficacy of the products.
She also pointed out accountability in post-recession period of
Speaking at the Summit, President Kikwete heaped praise on
"I go back home totally satisfied that I have been to a very successful summit, a very useful summit,"
He also thanked
"In a world of great knowledge and wealth, no child should die from preventable illness and no mother should lose her life while giving birth -- yet too many women and girls are being left behind," President Kikwete said.
On his part UN Secretary General,
Much remains to be done, because even one child's death from a preventable cause is one too many, but progress has indeed been made, he added.
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