Fewer infant deaths in a rural South African hospital

| September 12, 2013
MQANDULI, 12 September 2013 (IRIN) – Mothers and children in South Africa are still dying in alarming numbers, and the country is among only a few worldwide where child deaths are rising. But a rural hospital in the Eastern Cape province has managed to drastically reduce infant mortality rates over the past six years, against the backdrop of a health system that is virtually at a standstill.

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