Must a womans's life in Angola be 44 Years shorter than in France?
THE RIGHT TO HEALTH

Index

Die Menschenrechte

Los Derechos Humanos

Human Rights

Les Droits Humains

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uThe Right to Life uProhibition of Discrimination uThe Right to Food uThe Right to Health uThe Right to Housing uThe Protection of Private Life uThe Right for Freedom of Thought, Believe and Religion uThe Right for Free Education uThe Right for Work uThe Right for Protection of Private Property u The Right for a Fair Trial and Prohibition of Torture uPolitical Rights and Freedom of Expression uThe Rights of Regfugees



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The answer to the question is: No! Medical prevention with a sufficient base to struggle against viral diseases and available to pregnant and lactating women, would allow the hope of life to increase considerably in poor countries. The right to adequate prevention and treatment of those illnesses obligate states within the available measures, to put in practice professional programs of accessible public hygiene to all equally and to protect the health of those against all those avoidable dangers such as the propagation of curable contagious diseases and the work conditions dangerous to health.

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