Cost Of Preventing Maternal Mortality Estimated To Increase Sixfold By 2030, UNFPA Says

The Guardian: Cost of global push to prevent women dying in childbirth to increase sixfold
“The cost of preventing women from dying in childbirth is projected to increase sixfold by 2030, requiring billions of dollars to achieve global targets, according to the U.N. The estimate was released by the U.N. Population Fund (UNFPA) on Thursday, offering a snapshot of the scale of the challenge the agency has set itself to end preventable maternal deaths by 2030. … Donor aid for maternal health care fell between 2013 and 2017, from $4.4bn to $3.9bn…” (Ford, 7/19).

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