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Les pays en développement : assiégés par les maladies chroniques

(2006) Les pays en développement traversent une transition épidémiologique rapide (des maladies infectieuses telles que les maladies diarrhéiques et la pneumonie aux maladies chroniques telles que les maladies cardiaques) qui risque de submerger leurs systèmes de santé déjà très sollicités et de fragiliser plus avant leurs économies.

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Progress Stalls On Vaccine-Preventable Diseases

Vaccines are one of the simplest, most cost-effective tools to improve public health. Vaccine-preventable diseases can lead to illness, disfigurement, and disability, and remain a substantial cause of death for young children.

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Avian Flu and Influenza Pandemics

(2006) As avian flu kills a growing number of people and outbreaks of the virus are reported in birds from China to Turkey, public health officials fear a new global influenza pandemic could already be brewing.

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The Plight of Internally Displaced Persons

(2005) Americans perched on punctured rooftops in the blazing sun for days. Others slogged through rising floodwaters. And many others rushed inland before the storm hit, only to remain homeless weeks later, unable to return to their ruined homes.

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Children’s Environmental Health: Risks and Remedies

(2002) Overall child mortality declined significantly in the 1990s, but environmental hazards still kill at least 3 million children under age 5 every year.1 Such young children make up roughly 10 percent of the world's population, but comprise more than 40 percent of the population suffering from health problems related to the environment.2

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HIV/AIDS and African Americans: A State of Emergency

(2005) More African Americans are living with HIV or already dead from AIDS than any other single racial or ethnic group in the United States—a crisis one black AIDS activist calls "a state of emergency" for the African American community.

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Evidence to End Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting

PRB was a partner on Evidence to End FGM/C: Research to Help Girls and Women Thrive, a UKAID-funded research program to end female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) within one generation.

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Empowering Women, Developing Society: Female Education in the Middle East and North Africa

(2003) Education is a key part of strategies to improve individuals' well-being and societies' economic and social development.

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Delivery Care Is Key for Maternal Survival: A Story of Two States in Nigeria

Yemi Omoshola, a woman from Lagos State, in southwestern Nigeria, needed blood desperately. Her doctor's attempts to induce delivery of her overdue baby had caused excessive bleeding. Unfortunately, the hospital had no blood bank. While her husband searched for blood, Mrs. Omoshola lost consciousness and died.

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