Nune Mangasaryan, UNICEF Representative to Moldova, emphasized the importance of quality healthcare for all children

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20 July 2016, Dnestrovsk - Over 20 thousand inhabitants of the city Dnestrovsk, situated on the left bank of the Nistru River, have access to a renovated clinic with trained medical staff and equipped in accordance with modern standards and practices.

Governments urged to make the right choices now to reverse fate of the most vulnerable children: UNICEF

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GENEVA, 28 June 2016 — Children in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia are paying the price for uneven and unfair progress across the region – they are more likely to be poor and more vulnerable than adults, UNICEF said today at the launch of a new report.

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Poverty, illiteracy and early deaths await world’s most disadvantaged children: UNICEF

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NEW YORK, 28 June 2016 – Based on current trends, 69 million children under five will die from mostly preventable causes, 167 million children will live in poverty, and 750 million women will have been married as children by 2030, the target date for the Sustainable Development Goals – unless the world focuses more on the plight of its most disadvantaged children, according to a UNICEF report released today.

 

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