Dagna wrote:The report for the Best and Worst Place to be a Mother and child is released. In Ethiopia mommies have to take a night shift job helping [deleted] men, because the money paps bring home is no longer enough to cover the monthly expenses, thanks to "Meleflation." Along with the money the mommies bring a little bit of hiv or aids, not so much but just a little. Yet, this report made a horrible mistake calling out Eritrea instead of Tigrai or TPLF ruled Ethiopia. The truth is out there, you do not need X-File investigators to uncover it, because its visible for the naked eye to see. In Ethiopia there has been and continue to be a need for food aid, and there is NO medical care for 60% of Ethiopians. In Eritrea WHO has affirmed the fact that they have medical care for every citizen, the prevalence of HIV is 1.3%, child birth mortality rate is the lowest in Africa, child mortality is the lowest in Africa.
Contrary to many lies being spread, in Ethiopia it accounts over 13 million HIV carriers (percentage wise, we are talking about well over 20% of Ethiopian population, as a matter of fact according to TPLF 2.6 mil Amaras are missing, they just disappeared from the face of the Earth) child mortality rate is trice the amount of Eritrea, and child birth mortality is twice as big as Eritrea. Millennium Development Goal (MDG) coordinators acknowledged Eritrea is amongst very few if not sole is ahead of everyone in implementing the set out benchmarks, and in many of the measurements it exceeds the benchmark. Yet, in this recording below, they still made a terrible mistake of naming Eritrea amongst the troubled places for mommies and babies.
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