U.K. To Step Up Efforts To End Preventable Deaths Of Mothers, Infants, Children In Developing World By 2020

GOV.UK: U.K. will step up efforts to end preventable deaths of mothers, new-born babies and children in the developing world by 2030
“A commitment has been made to prioritize ending preventable deaths of mothers, new-born babies, and children in the developing world by 2030. To achieve this, U.K. aid will invest in more vaccines for deadly diseases, prioritize access to healthcare for women and girls around the world, and invest in research to diagnose and treat diseases more quickly and effectively. … This follows the announcement of a £600 million aid package to give millions more women and girls living in the world’s poorest countries access to family planning…” (10/2).

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