Inequalities in Child Survival

This report looks at wealth and other socio-economic disparities in developing countries. It contains case studies from India and Bangladesh to complement analysis of 65 countries.

July 2010


This paper aims to understand the inequalities in child survival in the developing world.

It looks at the disparities in under-five mortality in 65 low- and middle-income countries, from 1990 to 2008, with case studies from India and Bangladesh to complement analysis.

Understanding inequalities in child survival and its wider determinants has important policy implications towards meeting MDG 4.


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