Child death rate down in some of the poorest countries

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Bangladesh, Nepal and Malawi have made major strides in reducing child mortality despite a shortage of resources.

Political will and a focus on family planning programs were found key to decreasing fatalities, trumping, in many cases, national wealth as a deciding factor. The Save the Children report has more details.

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