Children's Health Around the World
David Oot talked about the new annual report from Save the Children, “State of the World’s Mothers,” which looks at… read more
David Oot talked about the new annual report from Save the Children, “State of the World’s Mothers,” which looks at children’s health care around the world. According to the report, more than 200 million children under 5 do not receive basic health care and almost 10 million children worldwide die from a lack of adequate care. Mr. Oot talked about the report findings, efforts at advancing health around the world, the situation in developing countries, as well as recommendations to help close the “survival gap.” Video clips from Save the Children were shown in the background. Mr. Oot responded to telephone calls and electronic mail. close
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