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Millennium Development Goal #4

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    Millennium Development Goal #4 Millennium Development Goal #4 Presentation Transcript

    • GOAL #4: REDUCE CHILD MORTALITY
    • Deaths of children under five
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      • Despite progress, deaths of children under five remain unacceptably high
      • In 2006 annual deaths among children under five dipped below 10 million
      • It is different in a developing country rather than in an industrialized country
      • Disparities persist in all regions
      • The leading causes of childhood deaths are easily prevented through simple improvements in basic health services and proven interventions
      • Undernutrition is estimated to be an underlying cause in more than one third of all deaths in children under five
      • There are methods that provide safe, lifelong protection
      • The second-dose coverage has reduced global deaths from measles, surpassing the initial target
    • Vaccinations have slashed deaths from measles
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    • Project carried out by Federica Simone Luca Vitale Christian La Mantia Alessandro Boccolli