Jill Biden Reflects On USAID’s Maternal, Child Health Efforts In India

In a post in the White House Blog, Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden, examines the issue of maternal and child health in India, reflecting on her experiences as she travels through the country. “Yesterday I wrote about my time in Kachhpura and how they are working to end malnutrition,” she states, noting, “Today I attended a roundtable discussion with Government of Maharashtra officials, USAID, UNICEF, Indian civil society and private sector representatives to learn about their efforts to improve nutrition across the country and to make available other proven health interventions to prevent child deaths, such as immunizations, clean water, and treatment of pneumonia and diarrhea” (7/24).

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