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World Vision responds to a new UNICEF report on child survival statistics.
The new Lancet series confirms what we know from our years of working on this issue – that tackling undernutrition is both the most important long-term problem facing children, and that doing so isn’t complicated. It means making it a priority at every level.
Six-year-old Reason Haamayuwa had been sick for two years, getting increasingly worse, before he went to a World Vision clinic and got medicine to help him heal.
World Vision is announcing a US$1.2 billion package of measures to combat childhood undernutrition, challenging governments — especially those from G8 countries — to match this commitment as they meet in London today.
World Vision and Midmark Corp. deliver the most critically needed, updated equipment to Health Access, Inc. in Clarksburg, where teams have been preparing to receive and install the new equipment.
To help more women and babies survive pregnancy and birth in Afghanistan, where infant and maternal death rates are high, World Vision has helped empower doctors and midwives to provide care to women in remote locations.
The Killer Gap report ranks 176 countries around the world according to the size of the gap between those who have access to good health and those who don’t. The U.S is ranked a surprising 46--below countries like Libya, Bosnia and Romania.
|The Nutrition Barometer Report: Gauging National Responses to Undernutrition (PDF)||Child Health Now Report: Together We Can End Preventable Deaths (PDF)|
|Child Health Now Factsheet: Frontline Health Care Workers Coalition (PDF, January 2012)||Global Child Health Factsheet (PDF, October 2011)|
|World Vision's 2012 G8 Policy Brief (PDF)|