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The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH) is an alliance hosted by the World Health Organization (WHO) based in Geneva. Established in 2005, PMNCH is the world’s largest alliance dedicated to the health and well-being of women, children, and adolescents, comprising over 1,400 partner organizations. It operates through collaboration among 10 constituencies: governments, donors and foundations, non-governmental organizations, youth and adolescent groups, private sector entities, health professional associations, academic and research institutions, global financing mechanisms, intergovernmental organizations, and United Nations agencies.

Why Turing Certs

Compliant with international standards, the certificate has high interoperability, and the one-stop certificate management platform is easy to integrate.

IndustryInternational Organization
Organization Size194 countries
Scope of ApplicationAward “International Forum Attendance Certificate” to participants from 150 countries.
Official Websitehttps://pmnch.who.int/
IntervieweeDavid Gomez, Communications Officer at WHO PMNCH

PMNCH is the largest international alliance formed for the health and well-being of women, children, and adolescents worldwide.

Challenges and Struggles

  • Issuing certificates is challenging and costly
    PMNCH often organizes large international forums advocating for women’s, children’s, and adolescent health and well-being issues, with attendance reaching tens of thousands of people from over 150 countries. Following these events, significant time and manpower are required to compile attendee lists, print numerous paper certificates, and cross-check mailing details for each participant. The international shipping costs also contribute significantly to the expenses.
  • United Nations Advocates Sustainable Goals, Embracing Paperless Initiative
    In response to the sustainable environmental objectives, the United Nations has encountered dual challenges of efficiency and cost when issuing certificates. The conventional method of issuing paper certificates is not only time-consuming and labor-intensive but also imposes an additional burden on the environment. Finding a method to streamline processes and reduce costs and environmental impact has become an urgent necessity.

Advantages of Turing Certs

  • Security and Personalized Data Management in a Global Diversity Context
    With over 4,000 certificates issued and participants from up to 150 countries, the robust data system management and protection of sensitive information by Turing Certs organization demonstrate exceptional capabilities amidst PMNCH’s global reach and diversity. This system not only ensures the security and personalization of credentials but also facilitates easy access and verification.
  • User experience is enhanced with a well-designed, intuitive interface, improving the efficiency of issuance processes
    The user-friendly interface on the backend, coupled with excellent customer technical support, makes it easy for operators to navigate, resulting in a seamless and efficient issuance workflow.

Client Testimonials

❝ Turing Certs has revolutionized the way we approach digital recognition. Their commitment to meaningful recognition, coupled with top-tier data governance and cutting-edge technology, aligns perfectly with our values and operational needs, especially on the framework for the Global Forum for Adolescents and the 1.8 campaign. The ease of use of their platform and the outstanding customer service they provide have significantly enhanced our capability to acknowledge our stakeholders’ achievements. We highly recommend Turing Certs to any organization looking to elevate its recognition systems. ❞

David Gomez, Communications Officer at WHO PMNCH 

David Gomez, Communications Officer at WHO PMNCH