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China's child mortality down by two-thirds since 1990

The mortality rate for children under five in China has dropped by more than two-thirds since 1990, while maternal mortality has been cut by 70 percent, said a report released by the world's leading independent charity, Save the Children, on Tuesday.

Summary of China’s Migrant Population Report for 2013

Large-scale population mobility is a major aspect of China’s industrialization and urbanization.

China’s National Program for Food and Nutrition (2014-2020)

China’s economic and social development is at a crucial stage. With urban and rural residents’ incomes continuing to rise, people’s needs for food is rapidly shifting from simply securing enough food to eating healthier.

China to improve population forecasting

China is set to introduce a population projection and assessment mechanism to better guide government decision-making in resource allocation and reproduction policies, according to a national political adviser.

The progress of the New Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme (NRCMS) in 2013 and major tasks in 2014

In 2013, the New Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme ran smoothly. Management and the overall system improved, covering a large rural population that enjoyed more benefits, for major diseases, which is manifested in the following fields:

Link: China's Central Government / World Health Organization / United Nations Population Fund / UNICEF in China

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