Advocates Say Proposed Bill Could Help U.S. Assert Leadership On Ending Preventable Maternal, Child Deaths

Humanosphere: Proposed bill could help end preventable child deaths, advocates say
Following the release of a new UNICEF report on child survival, Humanosphere reporter Tom Murphy discusses the Reach Every Mother and Child Act of 2015, a bill that was introduced in Congress at the end of July. Murphy writes, “Advocates see the Reach Act as a great opportunity to put … known solutions into action and for the U.S. to assert the leadership role it claims to stake out on ending preventable maternal and child deaths” (9/9).

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