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Aid & development links: Pfizer snubbed, Chinese aid, advice for new UN SG and more

Médecins Sans Frontières US executive director Jason Cone discusses why the organisation rejected Pfizer’s offer of free pneumonia vaccines, standing by its commitment calling for the drug manufacturer to lower the cost of the vaccine to all developing countries. A new report from UNICEF and the World Bank shows that children in developing countries have twice the poverty rate of adults.
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