Harvard School Of Public Health Hosts Panel On Reducing Child Mortality

In collaboration with GlobalPost, “[t]he Forum at the Harvard School of Public Health will host a panel on Wednesday about the steps that can be taken to reduce child mortality around the world,” GlobalPost’s “Pulse” blog reports, noting that the discussion will be live streamed on the blog. “The panel discussion comes weeks after UNICEF released its 2013 progress report on child survival. … The event also follows up on a special report published by GlobalPost titled ‘Step by Step: The Path to Ending Child Mortality,'” the blog notes (10/8).

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