Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Four years on from the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals, child mortality rates continue to fall, yet big inequalities in child survival persist. Deprived and marginalised children are far less likely to have access to basic healthcare services and far more likely to suffer from malnutrition and to die from preventable diseases.
Without a concerted drive to reduce social disparities, child survival targets will not be reached. Decision-makers need to make sure that tackling inequality is front-and-centre of their efforts to finance, track and ultimately achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
Follow the Money sets out three equity decisions governments need to make:
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