Melinda Gates Highlights Mexico’s Progress In Improving Maternal, Child Health In Piece Featured Before Opening Of Global Conference

Crowd 360: Progress within a Generation
In an opinion piece originally published in Spanish in Mexico’s El Universal newspaper, Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, discusses the importance of investing in the health of women and children, highlighting the Mesoamerica Health Initiative, which “was created to reduce health inequities in Central America and the state of Chiapas in Mexico.” Crowd 360, a blog of FHI 360, features the opinion piece as part of its live coverage of the Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference, which opened on Monday in Mexico City (10/17).

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