Written by Staff Writer
15 Dec, 2015 | 3:52 pm
Nearly 7,400 newborns die every day in the WHO Southeast Asia Region causing untold misery to mothers and families.
According to the World Health Organisation two-thirds of these deaths can be prevented by adopting proven and cost-effective measures
The World Health Organisation made the announcement seeking focussed efforts by governments and partners to prevent newborn deaths with a sense of urgency.
The WHO South East Asia Region has eleven member countries, including Bangladesh, Bhutan, South Korea, India, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
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