Welcome to the world is an expressive, thrilling and now and again unsettling view of birth around the globe. Annually, 130 million children are being born. Their life chances are a lottery relying upon where they are conceived. In Europe, six infants out of 1000 will leave this world before their first birthday.
In Africa, the number of such children is 82. In America, 1 in 3 will have obesity issues; in Cambodia, a child is more inclined to end up malnourished than go to secondary school. In Sierra Leone, one in eight moms dies while in labor. Through the stories of moms and infants around the globe, we take a gander at how poverty influences labor, adolescence and everything past that.
As indicated by the World Health Organization, 99% of death cases during pregnancy and labor are in the developing countries. Consistently and an a large portion of, women who died from pregnancy-related reasons and only eight nations represent just about half of the world's maternal passings consistently.
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