Countdown to Davos: what we need to do to scale up access to children’s surgical care

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Two billion children lack access to surgical services Image: REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

Neema Kaseje
Founder, Surgical Systems Research Group
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Children’s surgical care remains the last mile intervention in global child health.
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