Reducing Mother and Child Death: Nurses and Midwives Now More Than Ever!

Here is a wonderful global music video available in seven languages from our friends at Nightingale Declaration. This timely work clearly portrays the vital role of nurses and midwives who are, essential to reducing maternal and child death worldwide. These two critical concerns — of the 2010 G-8 and G-20 Summits in Canada, the UN Economic and Social Council and the UN Millennium Development Goals Summit in July and September, 2010, in New York City — were seen by Florence Nightingale as fundamental to human progress. She said “though everybody must be born, there is probably no knowledge more neglected than this.”

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