To Achieve Good Health We Need Good Education

Thursday, January 23, 2014

In 2008 I was privileged to work at the heart of a movement driven by many thousands of people to reduce maternal deaths and reverse two decades of blocked progress. With the maternal mortality campaign convened by the White Ribbon Alliance we highlighted how, by reducing the threat of death in childbirth, we could not only save mothers’ lives but unlock better rates of infant survival, better family health, enhanced employment prospects and even higher standards of living.

Source: The World Post (link opens in a new window)

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