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How one community brought child mortality down from 154 to 7 per 1,000 live births
by Peter Yeung
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12 July 2019
On 12 July 2019 NPR reported:
Imagine a world in which pregnant women and little kids get regular home visits from a health worker -- and free health care. That's the ground-breaking approach that's being adopted in one of the world's poorest countries: the West African nation of Mali. 'We are trying to make Mali be great again, to improve our health care system and save lives, and we are hoping this will help us reach universal health care with a very powerful, improved system,' Mali's health minister, Samba Ousmane Sow, said.
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