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    <h4 align="center">&quot;Think of the poorest you have ever seen and ask if your next act will be of any use to him.<font color="#000000"><span style="font-weight: 400">&quot; .... Mahatma Gandhi<br>&nbsp;</span></font></h4>
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    <img border="0" src="images/without-health.jpg" width="800" height="155" alt="There can be no real growth without healthy populations." title="There can be no real growth without healthy populations."><br>
    <a target="_blank" title="There can be no real growth without healthy populations." href="pdf/IN_HealthFlyer-2011-10.pdf"><font color="#FFFFFF">download report</font></a><br>&nbsp;</p></td>
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    <img src="images/children.jpg" name="myPicture" alt="Health Ecucation To Villages" border="0" width="281" height="187" align="left" hspace="12"><b><font style="font-size: 9pt">&quot;21,000 children die every day from preventable causes&quot;</font></b><font style="font-size: 9pt">&nbsp;
    <a target="_blank" href="http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/releases/2011/child_mortality_estimates_20110915/en/">
    WHO, September 2011</a><br><br>
    Anup Shah,<b> <a title="Today, around 21,000 children died around the world" target="_blank" href="http://www.globalissues.org/article/715/today-21000-children-died-around-the-world">
    Today, 21,000 children died around the world</a> - </b><cite>Global Issues</cite>, 
    Updated: September 24, 2011<br><br>
    The silent killers are poverty, hunger, easily preventable diseases and 
    illnesses, and other related causes. Despite the scale of this daily/ongoing 
    catastrophe, it rarely manages to achieve, much less sustain, prime-time, headline coverage.</font><font size="1"><br>
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    </font><font color="#675149" size="1">photo <a title="unicef india" target="_blank" href="http://www.unicef.org/india">
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        <p align="justify" style="margin-right: 20"><br>&nbsp;<p align="right" style="margin-right: 42px"><b>
    &nbsp;</b>UN Declaration of the ... <a title="Rights of the Child" target="_blank" href="http://rightsofthechild.org/">
    Rights of the Child</a><br>&nbsp;</p>
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    <marquee style="font-size: 9pt; font-family: Verdana; color: #E7555F" scrollamount="4" width="96%">The right to affection, love, and understanding. The right to adequate nutrition and medical care. The right to free education. The right to full opportunity for play and recreation. The right to a name and nationality. The right to special care, if handicapped. The right to be among the first to receive relief in times of disaster. The right to learn to be a useful member of society and to develop individual abilities. The right to be brought up in a spirit of peace and universal brotherhood. The right to enjoy these rights, regardless of race, colour, sex, religion, national, or social origin.</marquee></p><p style="margin-right: 30">
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    <td align="center"><b><font size="2" color="#3976B9">I told my husband that 
    if Shah Jahan could build the Taj Mahal to honour Mumtaz,<br>
    why can&#8217;t you build a toilet for me?<br></font></b>
    <font color="#6C6C6C">Village woman in Maharashtra, India<br><br>
    </font>India, where more than 65 percent of people lack a toilet and 500,000 
    children die each year from diarrhoeal illnesses.</td>
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    <b><a title="The Story of Cholera" target="_blank" href="http://globalhealthmedia.org/library/the-story-of-cholera/">The Story of Cholera</a><br><br>
    </b>The <a title="Global Health Media Project" target="_blank" href="http://www.globalhealthmedia.org/">Global Health Media Project</a> collaborated with award-winning animator 
    <a target="_blank" href="http://yonigoodman.com/">Yoni Goodman</a> to produce 
    <a title="The Story of Cholera" target="_blank" href="http://globalhealthmedia.org/library/the-story-of-cholera/">The Story of Cholera</a>.<br><br>
    The Story of Cholera is an engaging, educational animation in which a young boy helps a health worker 
    save his father and then guides his village in preventing cholera from spreading. By making the invisible cholera germs visible, this simple 
    animated narrative brings to life the teaching points of cholera prevention.<br><br>
    The World Health Organization (WHO) reports an estimated 3&#8211;5 million cholera cases annually, resulting in 100,000&#8211;120,000 deaths worldwide. Cholera can 
    kill quickly and, if not contained, will spread like wildfire. Yet, it is preventable and readily treatable.<br><br>
    Public education is an effective means to help contain epidemics. But at-risk populations are often poorly informed as to how cholera is spread and how to prevent transmission.</td>
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    <p align="justify"><b>Causes of Child Deaths</b><br>
    According to UNICEF, of the 8.1 million child deaths (under-5s) in 2009, 
    most (and 70% in developing countries) result from one the following five 
    causes or a combination thereof: acute respiratory infections, <a target="_blank" href="http://rehydrate.org/">
    diarrhoea</a>, measles, malaria and <a title="Mother, Infant and Young Child Nutrition &amp; Malnutrition" target="_blank" href="http://motherchildnutrition.org/">malnutrition</a>.<br><br>
    Two-thirds of deaths are preventable. <a title="Mother, Infant and Young Child Nutrition &amp; Malnutrition" target="_blank" href="http://motherchildnutrition.org/">
    Malnutrition</a>, which weakens the body's resistance to illness, and the 
    lack of safe water and sanitation contribute to half of all these children&#8217;s 
    deaths. Millions more survive only to face diminished futures, unable to 
    develop to their full potential. Research and experience show that most of 
    the children who die each year could be saved by low-tech, evidence-based, 
    cost-effective measures such as vaccines, antibiotics, micronutrient 
    supplementation, insecticide-treated bed nets, improved family care and
    <a target="_blank" href="http://tensteps.org/">breastfeeding</a> practices, and 
    <a target="_blank" href="http://rehydrate.org/ors/ort.htm">oral rehydration 
    therapy</a>. In addition to providing vaccines and antibiotics to children, 
    education could also be provided to mothers about how they can make simple 
    changes to living conditions such as improving hygiene in order to increase 
    the health of their children. Mothers who are educated will also have 
    increased confidence in the ability to take care of their children, 
    therefore providing a healthier relationship and environment for them.<br><br>
    <b>An Urgent Need for Health Education</b><br>
    Many of these deaths can be avoided if parents and caregivers understand 
    what to do when illness strikes and how to recognize the danger signs that 
    signal the need for medical help.
    <a title="Facts for Life" target="_blank" href="http://factsforlife.org/">
    Facts for Life</a> presents, in simple language, the most authoritative 
    information about practical, effective and low-cost ways to protect 
    children's lives and health. Everyone has the right to know this 
    information.</td>
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    <b><a target="_blank" title="The State of the World's Children 2012 - Children in an Urban World" href="http://www.unicef.org/sowc2012/index.php">
    <img border="0" src="images/sowc2012.jpg" width="100" height="129" align="left" hspace="12" alt="The State of the World's Children 2012 - Children in an Urban World">The State of the World's Children 2012 - Children in an Urban World</a></b><br>
    Hundreds of millions of children today live in urban slums, many without access to basic services.<br><br>
    We must do more to reach all children in need, wherever they are excluded and left behind. Some might ask whether we can afford to do this, especially 
    at a time of austerity. But if we overcome the barriers that have kept these children from the services that they need and that are theirs by right, then 
    millions more will grow up healthy, attend school and live more productive lives.<br><br>
    Can we afford not to do this?<br><br>Anthony Lake - Executive Director, UNICEF</td>
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    The work of Translators without Borders is of crucial importance for the 
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    not only die from diseases, but also from the fact that they do not have 
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    If you are a translator and you are willing to donate your time and 
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