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Why The World Could Lose 70 Million Children by 2030

UNICEF has warned that about 70 million children could die in the next 15 years if the world does not close the development gaps that could affect the achievement of the 2030 sustainable development goals.

Why The World Could Lose 70 Million Children by 2030
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