Melinda Gates Works To Improve Newborn Survival With Low-Tech Approaches

Wall Street Journal: Melinda Gates Works to Curb Newborn Deaths
“…[Melinda Gates,] the co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is promoting some low-tech approaches as part of a push to improve the survival of newborns, a problem she said has been neglected. In a speech Tuesday at the World Health Assembly in Geneva, she plans to urge global health officials as well as national governments to implement practices that will make deliveries safer and keep newborns alive…” (McKay, 5/18).

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