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These are major reasons why there is a need to augment global efforts which target Child Survival and Universal Primary Education. Investments in human capital must be targeted more substantially on children in the period from birth to primary school entry. Efforts which support the health, nutrition, cognitive and social development of children in this age group should be connected for mutual reinforcement and synergy. Children in Sub-Saharan Africa face the greatest challenges to healthy child development of any region in the world.
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