Africa's Progress in Child Survival: A Forum in Dakar, Senegal, 29 March - 2 April, 1993 : Report
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, International Health Program Office, 1993 - Children - 105 pages
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Abidjan achieved activities Advisor Africa African children African countries approach areas assessment Bamako Initiative birth Brazzaville breastfeeding Burundi Cameroon CCCD child survival programs Coordinator cost Cote d'lvoire diarrhea Director disease control district level donors drug effective ensure epidemiology evaluation family planning services financing goals health center health information systems health services health system health workers identified immunization coverage implementation improved increased infant mortality integrated interventions Kenya LESSONS LEARNED malaria Malawi malnutrition maternal measles Medical Ministere Ministry of Health monitoring neonatal tetanus Nigeria nutrition oral rehydration therapy participants pediatric PLAN International prevention Primary Health priority problems Project public health rates RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FUTURE reduce Regional Sante Publique Senegal session SESSION'S MAJOR ISSUES sick child strategies SUMMARY OF LESSONS Summit for Children surveillance technical Togo treatment UNICEF USAID vaccine WHO/AFRO World Summit