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Determinants of social inequalities in child mortality in Mozambique: What do we know? What could be done?*

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Health inequalities are no longer an issue only for developed countries. In recent years there is agreement that all countries present health inequalities regardless of their level of wealth. In low-income countries and especially in sub-Saharan Africa where the majority of the poor people live as well as their children, research on child health inequalities is still scarce. This review of evidence suggests that if Mozambique is to achieve the millennium development goals (MDGs) by 2015 further research on important determinants of disparities in child mortality is urgently needed. African Journal of Health Sciences Vol. 13 (1-2) 2008: pp. 139-143


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