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Newborn baby survival map

Newborn baby survival map

Nearly 70% of maternal and newborn deaths are concentrated in India, Nigeria, Pakistan, DRC, China, Ethiopia, Angola, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Kenya, Uganda, Afghanistan, Tanzania, Sudan, and Niger. MDG Health Alliance, Johnson & Johnson, FHI360 are collaborating to create digital Newborn Baby

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Every Woman Every Child Journey

Results and Milestones on EWEC journey

Every Woman Every Child (EWEC) is global movement launched by The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban-Ki-moon for Women’s and Children’s Health in 2010. This movement mobilizes and intensifies international and national action by governments, multi laterals, the private sector

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Gender Science in corporation

Men and women brain

We enter the workplace not only as a human being, but as a woman or a man. Each workday is a meeting of gender-different styles, modes of operating and leadership skills. The corporation that utilizes the principles of gender science

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Meeting with friends and family

Senior women talking

Not meeting with friends and family on a regular basis is linked to a shorter life. It is easier than ever to make new friends, keep up with old ones and keep in touch with far-flung family members. However, scientists

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3D Animal murals

Lizard mural

Lisbon, one of Europe’s most underrated cities, has in recent years been the recipient of an influx of artists, many fleeing Berlin and Paris for cheaper rents. One of these homegrown creatives is artist Arturo “Bordalo II,” created impressive, larger than life 3D

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Unborn babies can feel pain

Unborn baby

There is substantial medical evidence that an unborn child is capable of experiencing pain. The National Institutes of Health define pain as a basic boldly sensation that is induced by a noxious stimulus, is received by naked nerve endings, is

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Dolphin assisted therapy during pregnancy

Dolphin assisted therapy

We will discuss about the Dolphin assisted therapy during pregnancy in this article. Most of us are aware of dolphins as loveable, playful animals that appear in oceanarium shows, on television and in movies. They are subjects of naval and

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How to do Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding with tube

Within the first few hours after birth, most healthy newborns will instinctively move to their mother’s breast and attach on their own. It is very important not to wash baby’s hand and mother’s nipple after birth because baby smells amniotic

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Food decoration Ideas

Onion

The food decoration is as important as food deliciousness to express your talents and making happy your family and guest. It is a great tradition to present food in a nice and attractive way, decorating with complimentary colours and creative

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Rape is not about Sex but Gender Inequality

Rape Yehidi

Rape is a complex crime to analyze in several parts of the world. Rape is not about sex. It is nurtured by gender inequality. Rape is rarely reported. Women in some countries are much less likely to have their complaint

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