In this July 25, 2010 photo, Mary Wairimu looks at her newborn baby in the Korogocho neighborhood of Nairobi, Kenya. As the U.N. hosts a September 2010 summit to review progress in easing the world's humanitarian crises, it faces a troubling reality: hundreds of thousands of pregnant women still die unnecessarily every year. Kenya is among the 30 countries that has achieved insufficient or no progress on maternal mortality. (AP Photo/Khalil Senosi)

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In this July 25, 2010 photo, Mary Wairimu looks at her newborn baby in the Korogocho neighborhood of Nairobi, Kenya. As the U.N. hosts a September 2010 summit to review progress in easing the world's humanitarian crises, it faces a troubling reality: hundreds of thousands of pregnant women still die unnecessarily every year. Kenya is among the 30 countries that has achieved insufficient or no progress on maternal mortality. (AP Photo/Khalil Senosi)
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In this July 25, 2010 photo, Mary Wairimu looks at her newborn baby in the Korogocho neighborhood of …

In this July 25, 2010 photo, Mary Wairimu looks at her newborn baby in the Korogocho neighborhood of Nairobi, Kenya. As the U.N. hosts a September 2010 summit to review progress in easing the world's humanitarian crises, it faces a troubling reality: hundreds of thousands of pregnant women still die unnecessarily every year. Kenya is among the 30 countries that has achieved insufficient or no progress on maternal mortality. (AP Photo/Khalil Senosi)

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