In Ethiopia, the effort to deploy health workers to even the most remote parts of the country has helped bring about a steep reduction in child mortality. Supported by UNICEF, these workers are keeping Ethiopia on track to reduce deaths in children under five by two thirds, in time for the 2015 deadline set by the UN millennium development goals.
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