Child mortality is still high in Africa - here's what can be done

A study across Kenya has highlighted which regions need more healthcare support. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

Peter Macharia

Newton Int'l fellow and Visting researcher, Lancaster University and KEMRI Wellcome Trust Research Programme

Emelda Okiro

Head, Population Health Unit, Kenya Medical Research Institute


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Figure 1: A subset of 3 factors associated with child survival. Image: Author provided

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