Addressing Critical Knowledge Gaps in Newborn Health

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Just six days’ old, Rakhal has been brought by his mother, Mala, to his local health clinic for a check-up. For Mala and her community, this is ground-breaking.

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Too often, particular groups of children suffer from persistently high levels of mortality, even in countries that have seen very rapid declines overall.

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El progreso en la reducción de la mortalidad infantil es más lento en algunos grupos de niñas y niños, que cada vez van quedando más rezagados, en comparación con sus pares más afortunados.

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La mortalité infantile diminue plus lentement chez certains groupes d'enfants et l'écart se creuse par rapport aux enfants plus chanceux. Mettre fin à cette loterie est un défi déterminant pour notre génération, un défi auquel nous devons nous attaquer à bras le corps.

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Too often, particular groups of children suffer from persistently high levels of mortality, even in countries that have seen very rapid declines overall.

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While we have seen important progress on reducing under-five child mortality across the world over the past 15 years, in too many countries inequality is actually worsening.

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The newly-updated Newborn Health in Emergencies Summary Sheet highlights important points for program implementers to be aware of for work in emergency situations.

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This paper assesses both equity in the financing and distribution of health care benefits in Uganda.

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The upcoming Delhi meeting presents an opportunity to review progress and, more importantly, fix the existing global leadership vacuum for women, children, and adolescents.

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The new head of the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health faces a challenging global health environment as the Millennium Development Goals come to an end.

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