Baby On Board? Consider Moving to Norway The nonprofit Save the Children has released its 12th annual "Mothers Index," which says Norway is the best place to be a mother while Afghanistan is the worst. The U.S. ranks 31st. Host Michel Martin discusses the report's findings with Mary Beth Powers, the head of Save the Children's newborn and child survival campaign.
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Baby On Board? Consider Moving to Norway

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Baby On Board? Consider Moving to Norway

Baby On Board? Consider Moving to Norway

Baby On Board? Consider Moving to Norway

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The nonprofit Save the Children has released its 12th annual "Mothers Index," which says Norway is the best place to be a mother while Afghanistan is the worst. The U.S. ranks 31st. Host Michel Martin discusses the report's findings with Mary Beth Powers, the head of Save the Children's newborn and child survival campaign.