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70 percent accepted indicators ACCRA actual fact adequate adverse environmental factors affect his physical attitudes to child Capita Incomes exhibit child health children are born collective responsibility constitute developed countries early childhood morbidity expresses the number factors that relate four children born Ghana included GNPs HEALTH AN INDICTMENT health and quality health and social health promoting health statistics high birth rates inaugural lecture increasing number individual Infancy and early infant and childhood infant mortality rate infections infectious diseases major causes majority of children malaria malnutrition meant to belittle measles morbidity and mortality need is greatest nuclear families number of children parasitic and infectious particularly peri-urban areas perinatal mortality rate Presently in Ghana prevalent high programmes quality of child Rates and Short rural communi Short Birth Intervals social context social environment society special needs Third World context third world countries University of Ghana urban and peri-urban wellbeing and health World Health Organization