U. N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has released a $40 billion global health measure which is aimed to take care of the lives of tens of millions of women and children globally.
The World leaders gathering at the United Nations speaks of the 15-year plan considered in 2000 known as the Millennium Development Goals. The objectives take care of poverty, hunger and disease.
The five year turnaround time is seemingly falling short in spite of the major burdens and at the same time two of the major objectives are not being met by 2015, which deals with cutting child mortality and bettering maternal health.
U. N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said "We can do this by addressing the savage inequalities that affect women and children. By expanding access to basic healthcare, simple blood tests, a doctor's advice, a trained birth attendant and immunizations."
The recent move has been ushered with $40 billion to offer new commitments in the coming five years via the aid of governments, the private sector, philanthropic groups, international organizations and civil society.
The secretary-general claims this measure to be one of the wisest methods adopted in respect with all of the eight Millennium Development Goals, because when women and children's health and mortality are improved the effect of success and other related goals fall right in place, and the measures also speak of removing hunger, poverty, availing primary education, fighting HIV/AIDS and promoting gender equality.
The prime ministers of China, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Norway, as well as the presidents of Rwanda and Malawi were also found at the conference.
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