MDG Poverty, health goals to be met by Philippines after 2015

Over at Business Mirror that says the Philippines can achieve Poverty and Health goals set by the Millennium Development Goals after 2015:

The Philippines is slow and would likely achieve the targets on halving $1.25-a-day poverty and the ratio of underweight children under MDG 1; under-5 mortality and infant mortality under MDG 4, or the Child Health MDG; and skilled birth attendance and antenatal care, or one or more visits to the doctor under MDG 5, or the Maternal Mortality MDG, after 2015.

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