Courage n°45 – Reduce infant mortality
Summary of the Terre des hommes magazine “Courage” March 2014.
Editorial (page 2): A revolution under way in the field of healthcare by Vito Angelillo.
Said – Done (page 3): Target the most vulnerable in Lebanon.
History (page 4): An innovative idea in Burkina Faso is going to provide better healthcare for more than half a million children – so that little Nabilatou may also celebrate her fifth birthday.
Point of view (page 7) : René Prêtre, head of chef cardiovascular surgery at University hospital in Lausanne.
Understand and take action (page 8): Children’s health all over the world. Terre des hommes solutions and examples of intervention in Afghanistan, Benin, Guinea, India, Senegal and Togo.
A child’s view (page 10): An illustration of water pollution by a young girl in Sri Lanka.
Question (page 11): Why does Terre des hommes sell oranges?
Tdh in action (page 12): An outing to the “petit théâtre”.
Coming soon (page 13): Agenda of activities from March to May 2014.
In short (page 13): Where do the Tdh oranges come from?
Hand in hand (page 14): pharmacieplus – a faithful partnership for over ten years.
Portrait (page 15): For me, Tdh means… back to being alive again: with Adugna, a former beneficiary of healthcare in Switzerland.
Read Courage, the Tdh-Magazine, in French or German.
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|Published by||Terre des hommes|
|Number of pages||16 pages|