Black People Politics : Africa is riskiest place to be born, report says

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In the Spirit of Sankofa,




... The question and/or issue becomes this, why would not Gates, with all his money, invest in Hospitals and Health Care, rather than birth control devices. Keep in mind Family that TED provides a platform for Gates and all the other exploiters.

"Health care for mothers in sub-Saharan Africa is woefully insufficient. On average, only half the women in the region receive skilled care during birth," the report said. "The region as a whole has only 11 doctors, nurses and midwives per 10,000 people, less than half the critical threshold of 23 generally considered necessary to deliver essential health services."

Improvements in access to contraceptives, maternal nutrition and breastfeeding practices will save more lives, Melinda Gates, of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, wrote in a forward to the report.

"A mother in sub-Saharan Africa, for example, is 30 times more likely than a mother in an industrialized country to lose a newborn baby at some point in her life," the report concluded. "On average, one in six African mothers is likely to lose a newborn baby, a commonplace but largely untold tale of grief."


Africa is riskiest place to be born, report says


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Associated Press/Ben Curtis, File - FILE - In this Wednesday, April 24, 2013 file photo, Somali mothers and their babies wait in line for the babies to receive a five-in-one vaccine against several potentially fatal childhood diseases, at the Medina Maternal Child Health center in Mogadishu, Somalia. A new report from the aid group Save the Children released Tuesday, May 7, 2013 says more than 1 million babies die on their day of birth every year and the 14 countries with the highest rates of first-day deaths all being in Africa, with the top five being Somalia, Congo, Mali, Sierra Leone and Central African Republic. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis, File)


NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — More than 1 million babies die the day they are born every year, and the 14 countries with the highest rates of first-day deaths are all in Africa, according to a new report released Tuesday.
Somalia, Congo, Mali, Sierra Leone and Central African Republicare the five countries with the highest rates of such deaths, according to the report "Surviving the First Day" from the aid group Save the Children.

"Health care for mothers in sub-Saharan Africa is woefully insufficient. On average, only half the women in the region receive skilled care during birth," the report said. "The region as a whole has only 11 doctors, nurses and midwives per 10,000 people, less than half the critical threshold of 23 generally considered necessary to deliver essential health services."

http://news.yahoo.com/africa-riskiest-place-born-report-says-115314007.html


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In the Spirit of Sankofa,




... The question and/or issue becomes this, why would not Gates, with all his money, invest in Hospitals and Health Care, rather than birth control devices. Keep in mind Family that TED provides a platform for Gates and all the other exploiters.








Africa is riskiest place to be born, report says


169b007556bd2b0f310f6a70670014f4.jpg

Associated Press/Ben Curtis, File - FILE - In this Wednesday, April 24, 2013 file photo, Somali mothers and their babies wait in line for the babies to receive a five-in-one vaccine against several potentially fatal childhood diseases, at the Medina Maternal Child Health center in Mogadishu, Somalia. A new report from the aid group Save the Children released Tuesday, May 7, 2013 says more than 1 million babies die on their day of birth every year and the 14 countries with the highest rates of first-day deaths all being in Africa, with the top five being Somalia, Congo, Mali, Sierra Leone and Central African Republic. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis, File)


NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — More than 1 million babies die the day they are born every year, and the 14 countries with the highest rates of first-day deaths are all in Africa, according to a new report released Tuesday.
Somalia, Congo, Mali, Sierra Leone and Central African Republicare the five countries with the highest rates of such deaths, according to the report "Surviving the First Day" from the aid group Save the Children.

"Health care for mothers in sub-Saharan Africa is woefully insufficient. On average, only half the women in the region receive skilled care during birth," the report said. "The region as a whole has only 11 doctors, nurses and midwives per 10,000 people, less than half the critical threshold of 23 generally considered necessary to deliver essential health services."

http://news.yahoo.com/africa-riskiest-place-born-report-says-115314007.html


Peace In,

Here we go again, because this takes me back to my petition. How many of us are doctors, lpn's, cpn's, rn's, have carpentry skills, agricultural skills, reading skills and so forth? This reminds me of part two of my write up on "The Process of Healing where I said.
If we were to be sitting down with our family watching television on the nature or animal channel and saw any of these actions done by animals, it would blow our minds. We would be so confused as to why the lion is teaching the leopards baby how to hunt and how to stalk...while their own baby lion sat in the den learning nothing. We would be confused as to why the lion is helping the leopard to build a nice cozy little den while it lives in shambles. We would be confused as to why the lion is seeking out some form of natural nature dye to dot itself up to look like the leopard when we know it's a lion. We would be confused as to why the lion is suddenly hanging out with leopards instead of its own kind. We would be confused about all of this and more when it comes to nature...but when it comes to our own selves?....we have all kinds of excuses, defenses, explanations and everything else. It takes "intellectual ignorance" to be able to justify actions that logically have none at all.

It was the so called "intelligent Europeans" who came up with explanations, excuses, defenses and rationalizations for the enslavement of our people. Normal people didn't do this. The normal person was able to look and see for themselves that "this was not the way humans are supposed to be treated". It took "intellectual ignorance" to come up with something to make their ignorance appear to be justifiable....and we as African/Black people do the same exact thing today.

In our intellectual ignorance we come up with everything and anything under the sun to make our state of ignorance justifiable when it comes to how we are, who we are, what we should be doing, how we're living or not living and everything else. In fact, we now have one of the most supreme illnesses I have ever encountered in my life or read about. This is the illness that recognizes that we are falling down the stairs as we now have the unique ability to "blame ourselves for falling down the stairs...instead of admitting that we were pushed and who pushed us. The point is that, once we were pushed, we never stopped falling!


Obviously we have the skills, the knowledge, the money, the know how....everything but the LOVE!!!
 

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One more thing concerning Afraka that we need to be mindful of is its size. With the exception of South America and Russia, one can almost fit the whole world inside of Afraka with some room left over.

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Here we go again, because this takes me back to my petition. How many of us are doctors, lpn's, cpn's, rn's, have carpentry skills, agricultural skills, reading skills and so forth? This reminds me of part two of my write up on "The Process of Healing where I said.

Obviously we have the skills, the knowledge, the money, the know how....everything but the LOVE!!!


Point made! And whether we see the end-game, our volitional movement to Alkebu-lan or not; know that this will happen, I'm confident.


Peace In,
 

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