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May 8, 1988
The U.N. Children's Fund said it will spend $95 million over five years to improve health and nutrition for mothers and children in Ethiopia. UNICEF will use the money to immunize children against killer diseases, train midwives and health visitors, and build 285 health posts to serve more than half a million people.
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May 8, 1988
The U.N. Children's Fund said it will spend $95 million over five years to improve health and nutrition for mothers and children in Ethiopia. UNICEF will use the money to immunize children against killer diseases, train midwives and health visitors, and build 285 health posts to serve more than half a million people.
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