Health and Healthcare

Half of the world’s population lack access to essential health services – are we doing enough?

A programme with Kenya’s Ministry of Health promoted the health of premature and underweight newborn babies. Image: Allan Gichigi/Save the Children

Kirsty McNeill

Executive Director of Policy, Advocacy and Campaigns, Save the Children UK

Corry Jacobs

Head of Corporate Government Affairs, Global Health and Trade, GSK

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