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Kiwanis family celebrates measured progress

The Kiwanis family’s efforts through The Eliminate Project are making a big difference. The number of babies dying from neonatal tetanus dropped more than 15 percent between 2010 and 2013, according to anew report by the Child Health Epidemiology Reference Group. One baby now dies every 11 minutes—with approximately 9,000 fewer babies dying each year. But 134 newborns still die every day.

Find out Kiwanis’ latest fundraising totals during the next Worldwide Report Day on November 12, 2014. Visit www.TheEliminateProject.org/WWRD to learn more about our progress.

We’re on the verge of turning a global effort into a worldwide achievement with the strides we’re making toward our US$110 million goal. Help keep the momentum going!

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