“LONDON (Reuters) - Over a third of hospitals and clinics in developing countries have nowhere for staff or patients to wash with soap, and almost 40 percent have no source of water, according to a WHO-backed...”
“WHO reports child deaths since 1990 have fallen from about 90 per 1000 live births to 46 deaths per 1000 live births in 2013. It says less than one-third of all countries are on track to achieve thi...”
“Children Need to Thrive, Not Just Survive Yale News As countries around the world close out the first set of goals and begin policy implementation of the next, it is a time of paradigm shift in early childhood development, Pia Britto, Ph.D., a...”
“For the sake of pregnant women the world over, here are five facts you ought to know. 1) The world's single greatest killer of pregnant women is malaria. Which is especially tragic because malaria isn't like cancer -- it's 100% preventable and ...”
“Empowering women in small-hold agriculture is essential to boosting productivity, creating new product launches and generating business - and companies are starting to realise this, says a Fairtrade Foundation report.”
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