No Child out of Reach: Time to end the health worker crisis

Every day, thousands of children are dying in poor countries because a critical shortage of health workers means they miss out on life-saving care.

August 2011 0.00

Health workers are the single most important element of any health service. Without them, no vaccines can be injected, no life-saving drugs prescribed, no woman given expert care when they give birth.

As world leaders gather in New York on 20 September 2011 it’s time for decisive action to tackle the staggering global shortfall of 3.5 million health workers and save millions of children’s lives.

 

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