Forsyth and Kapoor in India as part of Stop Diarrhoea Credit: CJ Clarke/Save the Children

Save the Children and RB launch programme to reduce child deaths from diarrhoea

30 Mar 2015 | Alice Sharman

Save the Children and health and hygiene company RB have launched a programme as part of their ongoing partnership to help eradicate child deaths from diarrhoea.


Save the Children and RB launch programme to reduce child deaths from diarrhoea

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