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May 2007

Partnerships for women's health

On May 29, PSP-One will bring private-sector individuals from developing countries and organizations to discuss what motivated them to enter into the partnership, their expectations, the obstacles they encountered and their views on the future of their partnerships.

A reception will follow, and you're invited.

Child death rate down in some of the poorest countries

Bangladesh, Nepal and Malawi have made major strides in reducing child mortality despite a shortage of resources.

Political will and a focus on family planning programs were found key to decreasing fatalities, trumping, in many cases, national wealth as a deciding factor. The Save the Children report has more details.