Experts Discuss Rwanda’s Success Reducing Child Mortality On BBC Program

BBC News: How has Rwanda saved the lives of 590,000 children?
“…[O]ne of the biggest success stories [in reducing child mortality] is Rwanda. Between 2000 and 2015, it achieved the highest average annual reduction in both the under-five mortality rate and the maternal mortality ratio in the world. The U.N. estimates that 590,000 children have been saved. So how did Rwanda do it? And could other nations follow its example? Four experts spoke to the BBC World Service Inquiry program…” (4/29).

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