At age 69, he’s determined to train others to follow in his footsteps. He will his greatest at the medical school to sensitize learners and citizens to the value of palliative care, and says his fondest wish now is always to create a formalized system to certify long term end-of-life palliative care professionals. Kendell Sprott, senior associate dean for medical affairs at Rutgers NJ Medical School, has known Oleske practically from the start. He wears his concern for children on his sleeve, says Sprott. He's very passionate about what he does. I think he is in lots of ways the goodwill ambassador toward the development of palliative treatment, both in beyond and pediatrics.New country commitments New commitments had been announced by Burundi, Chad, the Central African Republic, Comoros, Guinea, Kyrgyzstan, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Madagascar, Mongolia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Sao Principe and Tome, Senegal, Tajikistan, Togo, and Viet Nam. Every year, 358,000 ladies in the developing world aged 15-49 die of pregnancy and childbirth-related complications. Each year, 2.6 million kids are stillborn, and a further 8.1 million die before their fifth birthday, including 3.3 million babies in the 1st month of life. ‘The Global Strategy is an unprecedented opportunity to help the kids and women who require it most.