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Monday 10 November 2014

Young Superheroes: Spurring a new hope to end preventable child mortality in Pakistan

"Over 54 percent of women in Pakistan do not have adequate food resulting in high malnutrition amongst them. As demoralizing as the data is from this survey what really concerns me is that not only in Asia but Pakistan is ranked one of the lowest in the entire world when it comes to saving newborns from preventable diseases which can easily be controlled by administering simple vaccinations."
--Saeed Ahmed, Advocacy & Campaigns Manager gives a glimpse how children in Pakistan are up against the daunting odds to survive & are rightly called the "Super Heroes"

Friday 13 June 2014

Civil Society Alliance (CSA) called upon all stakeholders to play their part in Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) to address Malnutrition practically on war footings

Islamabad: To address malnutrition, the role of civil society organizations was discussed during a national consultation on establishment of Scaling Up Nutrition-Civil Society Alliance(SUN-CSA) organized by development partners including Save the Children Pakistan Program and Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund.

Thursday 12 June 2014

ENAP--A Plan to reckon with when it comes to fight off Staggering Newborn Mortality Rate in Pakistan

Every Newborn Action Plan(ENAP) is strongly recommended to be taken into account, Media across the National crossbroad has been de-breifed amid Pakistan's participation in World Health Assembly Session 

Thursday 12 June 2014

Media Briefing held to highlight Pakistan's participation in World Health Assembly

Every Newborn Action Plan(ENAP) is strongly recommended to be taken into account, Media across the National crossbroad has been de-breifed amid Pakistan's participation in World Health Assembly Session

Wednesday 7 May 2014

Pakistan has halved maternal mortality while child mortality has decreased by a quarter

6 May, 2014, PAKISTAN – In Pakistan, maternal mortality has been cut by almost half, child mortality decreased by a quarter, expected years of schooling increased by 3.3 years and gross national income per capita rose 270 percent over the past 15 years. These statistics were announced at the launch of Save the Children's State of the World's Mothers report, in Islamabad on Tuesday.

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