Health Systems Struggle To Keep Pace With Niger’s Progress In Reducing Child Deaths
IRIN: Niger’s ‘remarkable’ progress in reducing child deaths
“Niger has made remarkable progress in cutting under-five mortality over the past decade, and it looks set to meet the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) on reducing infant mortality rates by two-thirds by 2015. But high maternal mortality, skyrocketing population growth, and low government capacity are still impeding progress, say partners and health practitioners…” (2/27).
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