Despite global decline in child deaths, progress varies by country - Africa Health
Global child and adolescent deaths have decreased from 14.18 million in 1990 to 7.26 million in 2015, due in part to reductions in mortalities related to infectious diseases, neonatal disorders and nutritional concerns in some areas. However, these declines were unevenly distributed, with low-income countries and countries with lower sociodemographic indices demonstrating a disproportionate burdenRead More