There likely aren't many more important conversations occurring this week. Over the next several days, the Indian Ministry of Health along with partners, USAID and UNICEF, is hosting its Child Survival Summit to discuss and prioritize lowering the child mortality rate. India is still among the top four countries that account for half of all child deaths globally.
The good news? India has lowered its under-five child mortality by 45 percent since 1990.
On the heels of the Child Survival Summit that took place in Ethiopia at the end of January, India is using its summit to continue the conversation about building a roadmap and strengthen partnerships to end preventable child deaths.
On the first day of the summit key tweets, infographics, and videos were shared from conference-goers and summit partners. You can follow the summit at the #C2AIndia hashtag and learn more at childsurvivalsummit.in.
Want to take action? Visit UNICEF and get involved.