Some G8 progress on health goals but still much to do
This article was originally published in Scrip
At the halfway point to the 2015 health-related millennium development goals (MDGs), the group of eight rich economies says it remains fully committed to reaching these, pointing to good progress in some areas. But it also concedes that significant challenges remain, a view shared by many of the NGOs closely monitoring the G8 summit in Toyako, Japan.
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