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)
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.

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)