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|Title:||Child survival revolutions revisited: Lessons learned from Bangladesh, Nicaragua, Rwanda and Vietnam.|
|Authors:||Persson, Lars Åke|
Peña, R. de la
Perez, W. J. H.
Hoa, Dinh Thi Phuong
Sustainable development goals
|Series/Report no.:||Acta Paediatrica;Volume 106, Issue 6, Page 871-877|
|Abstract:||Analysing child mortality may enhance our perspective on global achievements in child survival. We used data from surveillance sites in Bangladesh, Nicaragua and Vietnam and Demographic Health Surveys in Rwanda to explore the development of neonatal and under-five mortality. The mortality curves showed dramatic reductions over time, but child mortality in the four countries peaked during wars and catastrophes and was rapidly reduced by targeted interventions, multisectorial development efforts and community engagement.|
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