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A program to reduce maternal death is started

A program to reduce maternal death is started



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A program is launched to reduce under-pregnancy and post-natal mortality with the Department of Human Resources (Emmi) and the MSD Pharma Pharmaceutical Company.

A program to reduce maternal death is started

Katalin Novák, Emmi's secretary of state for family, youth, and international affairs, said she is now leaving in Hungary, MSD is the global name for parenting aims to reduce maternal mortality worldwide.According to the secretary of state prior to the press release, the Secretary of State agreed that they would start a sample program NGOs, churches and market players are involved in one of the most distressed areas where they will be educated and educated on the subject. The target area is highlighted below - he added.It was also agreed that the initiator extended to the Hungarians beyond the borders, especially in Transylvania and Carpathian Mountains, as these areas typically have poorer health outcomes. In addition, a working group will be set up to determine the intervention points, said Katalin Novák. According to him, in Hungary Every year 4-5 women fish in it into expectation or birth, which may not seem like much, but "a lost life is more than necessary" because it is unacceptable for someone to "die in the life of the Lord". He emphasized that to live better, and that includes protecting our physical and mental health. Recent years have seen some success in this field, as infant mortality and abortion rates, for example, have never been so low. he added.Naveen Rao, MSD Head of the Maternal Program has talked about the importance of advancing civil, government, and the private sector in important social issues such as maternal mortality. Therefore, she said, Emmi was open to cooperation. Congratulated Hungary on the fact that maternal mortality was significantly reduced in the past years, but she also pointed out that According to the press release, MSD Pharma plans a total of $ 500 million for its program, which can be claimed by participating organizations from participating countries with a well-developed program and suggestions for solutions. Since launching the project in 2011, the company has partnered with 75 organizations in 30 countries, and has completed more than six million mothers. In Hungary, the most common cause of maternal death in pregnancy or childbirth severe bleeding, cardiological diseases, pregnancy annotation, and the trombуzisok бllnak. Between 1990 and 2015, a total of 10.7 million women worldwide died due to these reasons, but maternal mortality continued to decline. While in 1990, 532,000 mothers died, 303,000 were registered in 2015.
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