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Year: 2010
Vaccines have contributed to some of the greatest public health successes of the past century, averting 2
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Year: 2009
The realisation of the right to health for millions of people in poor countries depends upon a massive increase in health services to achieve universal and equitable access
Year: 2009
Oxfam and partner organisations in Georgia have been campaigning as part of the Georgian coalition ‘Future without Poverty’ for accessto quality health care, in particular maternal health care, since 2005
Year: 2009
Oxfam's four-year Community-Based Primary Health Care Project in Hadhramout, Yemen (funded by the EC) aimed to improve the health status of poor women, men and children in 24 remote villages in Sah and Sayoun districts
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Year: 2009
User fees for health care are a life or death issue for millions of people in poor countries
Year: 2009
The long distance adoptions project of Lama Gangchen Help in Action is active since 1992 in Nepal, Tibet-China and India
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Year: 2008
Oxfam GB has been implementing the 'Community based primary health care' programme in central Azerbaijan since 2001, covering 43 villages in Barda, Ter ter, Goranboy and Yevlakh districts
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Year: 2008
Millions of people around the world cannot open a bank account, obtain credit, vote, own or inherit property, get a job or a passport, access health care, or sometimes even go to school
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Year: 2008
Developing-country governments desperately need more long-term and predictable aid, given through their budgets, to finance the expansion of health care, education, and other vital social services
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Year: 2008
Global food prices are up 83 per cent compared with three years ago
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