Somalia: supporting the child survival agenda when routine health service is broken.

@article{Mirza2012SomaliaST,
  title={Somalia: supporting the child survival agenda when routine health service is broken.},
  author={Imran Raza Mirza and Raoul Kamadjeu and Kebede Assegid and Abraham Mulugeta},
  journal={The Journal of infectious diseases},
  year={2012},
  volume={205 Suppl 1},
  pages={S126-33}
}
Somalia, one of the most unstable countries in the world, has been without a permanent government for nearly 2 decades. With a health system in total disarray, coverage of basic health interventions remains low and, maternal and child mortality is among the highest in the world. Health partners jointly outlined an integrated package of critical child survival interventions to be delivered through a population-based delivery strategy known as Child Health Days (CHDs), to reduce child mortality… CONTINUE READING
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