#Infant Mortality

  • Article: Why Good Health and Well-Being Are Vital to Ending Extreme Poverty

    Why Good Health and Well-Being Are Vital to Ending Extreme Poverty

    By Helen Lock|April 7, 2020

    Poor health outcomes are both a symptom and a cause of extreme poverty, here's why. Read more

  • Article: Infant Mortality Is on the Rise in Venezuela Due to Malnutrition

    Infant Mortality Is on the Rise in Venezuela Due to Malnutrition

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Brandon Wiggins|Feb. 14, 2020

    Venezuela is in the midst of a years-long economic crisis. Read more

  • Article: This Woman’s Story Shows How One UK Organisation Is Saving Lives in Somaliland

    This Woman’s Story Shows How One UK Organisation Is Saving Lives in Somaliland

    By Imogen Calderwood|Feb. 12, 2020

    Hawa, from Somaliland, was able to have an emergency C-section that saved her life. Read more

  • Feature: This Activist Wants to End Maternal and Infant Deaths in Cameroon
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    This Activist Wants to End Maternal and Infant Deaths in Cameroon

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|Nov. 22, 2019

    Alain Nteff is one of the young finalists in the running to win at the Global Citizen Prize. Read more

  • Article: Indian Engineer Wins Award for Device That Saves Premature Babies' Lives

    Indian Engineer Wins Award for Device That Saves Premature Babies' Lives

    By Leah Rodriguez|June 28, 2019

    Anyone can use the Saans breathing machine anywhere. Read more

  • Article: 2 Billion People Lack Water at Health Facilities: UN

    2 Billion People Lack Water at Health Facilities: UN

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|April 3, 2019

    More than 1 million deaths every year are associated with "unclean birth" conditions. Read more

  • Article: Mali Is Providing Free Health Care to Pregnant Women and Children Under 5

    Mali Is Providing Free Health Care to Pregnant Women and Children Under 5

    By Leah Rodriguez|March 7, 2019

    “We needed to do this a long time ago.” Read more

  • Article: Indigenous Children Are Far More Likely to Die Before Age 5 Than Other Indian Children

    Indigenous Children Are Far More Likely to Die Before Age 5 Than Other Indian Children

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Sept. 20, 2018

    Children from India's indigenous communities also suffer from malnutrition at higher rates. Read more