Disparities In Child Mortality Persist In 99 LMICs, Even Within Nations, Study Shows

The Telegraph: Children’s lives are ‘cut short’ as countries urged to tackle inequality
“Millions of children’s lives are being ‘cut short’ because countries are failing to tackle health inequality, research has found. The study, published in Nature, mapped death rates at the district level in 99 low- and middle-income countries and found that despite the huge progress made in cutting the number of child deaths over recent years, there are still great differences, even within the same country…” (Gulland, 10/16).

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