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Child and Newborn health

Child and Newborn health

"Nearly 10 million children under the age of five die every year - more than 1000 every hour. Almost all of these children could survive and thrive with access to simple, affordable interventions. The loss of a child is a tragedy - families suffer and human potential is wasted. WHO is improving child health by helping countries to deliver integrated, effective care in a continuum, starting with a healthy pregnancy for the mother, through birth and care up to five years of age. Investing in health systems is key to delivering this essential care." (WHO)

News
MMI Secretariat

MMI Network joins Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health

Basel, 3 July 2012. The Medicus Mundi International Network becomes a member of the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (PMNCH), a WHO led global health partnership that "joins ... »Read more | »Show all (2)

Campaign/Advocacy
MMI Secretariat

Reaffirm commitment to the well-being of all children and to their right to survival and development

"Ten years ago, the United Nations General Assembly passed the landmark resolution to build 'A World Fit for Children.' That historic act has helped to save and enhance the lives of millions of ... »Read more

Conference Report
MM Switzerland

Creating perspectives for life: Mother and child health in developing countries

Basel, 6 November 2012. This year's Swiss Health Cooperation Symposium organized by the Network Medicus Mundi Switzerland focused on mother and child health. Mother and child health is one of ... »Read more | »Show all (4)

Event
DWA Cuamm

Leaving No One Behind - Healthy Adolescents: Smart, Connected, Sustainable Practices

New York, 23 March 2017. This side-event to the sixty-first session of the Commission on the Status of Women is organized by Doctors with Africa CUAMM together with a group of co-organizers ... »Read more | »Show all (6)

Article
DWA Cuamm

Healthy adolescents - healthy societies

Taking care of adolescents is an investment in a healthy, sustainable future. Doctors with Africa CUAMM is working on this major issue that is essential to current international policies ... »Read more | »Show all (16)

Reporting
Emergenza Sorrisi

Annual report 2011 of Smile Train Italia: A year of Smiles

In 2011 Smile Train Italia and its volunteers have succeeded to give back new smiles to more than 1,650 babies affected with facial malformations, giving their families a better perspective on ... »Read more

Resource/Tool
MMI Secretariat

Thematic guide: Maternal, Newborn and Child Health

"Our thematic guide to internet resources leads you beyond the limits of the Medicus Mundi International Network. Any important resources missing? Please let us know." > Thematic guide ... »Read more

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