Canada Should Continue Efforts To Reduce Preventable Maternal, Child Mortality
Globe and Mail: These women and children don’t have to die
Rosemary McCarney, president and CEO of Plan Canada, and Dorothy Shaw, vice president of medical affairs at B.C. Women’s Hospital in Vancouver; both co-chairs of the Canadian Network for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health
“…Major progress has been made since [Canada Prime Minister Stephen] Harper put the plight of pregnant women and their children atop the G8 summit Canada hosted in 2010. … Canada has been forthright and consistent in its dedication on this front, and we are hoping for continued Canadian leadership in saving the lives of vulnerable women and children, especially those in harder to reach areas and facing difficult circumstances like living in disaster zones or war-torn areas…” (5/28).
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