Investments In Poorest Children Hold Greatest Returns, UNICEF Report Shows

Inter Press Service: More Bang for Your Buck: Saving Lives by Investing in the Poorest
“Investing in the health of the poorest communities saves almost twice as many lives, according to a U.N. agency’s analysis. In a new report titled ‘Narrowing the Gaps: The Power of Investing in the Poorest Children,’ the U.N.’s Children Agency (UNICEF) found that increased access to health among poor communities saves more lives and is more cost-effective than in non-poor communities…” (Yakupitiyage, 6/28).

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