Some statistics can be chilling. Twenty-one children under the age of five die every minute. Half those deaths can be prevented by cost effective solutions like vaccinations and nutritional supplements, but aren't simply because the services do not reach the people they are meant to serve. It is nobody's fault. There are not enough health clinics in developing countries, because there aren't enough trained people to run them. Parents don't get their children vaccinated because there is nobody to explain to them why they should do so.
Will things ever change? Sometimes one just has to give in to despair.
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