World Health Statistics 2018 Report Shows Progress Toward SDGs Made In Some Areas, Stalled In Other Areas

WHO: World Health Statistics
“The World Health Statistics 2018, WHO’s annual snapshot of the state of the world’s health, highlights that while remarkable progress towards the [Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)] has been made in some areas, in other areas progress has stalled and the gains that have been made could easily be lost.” The release of this report was announced in a press release ahead of the 71st World Health Assembly (5/17).

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