Scaling up Integrated Community Case Management for Childhood Illness in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Publish Date: May 2018
Author: MCSP

The leading causes of childhood deaths in the the Democratic Republic of the Congo are attributable to neonatal complications and illnesses — mainly diarrhea, pneumonia and malaria. This brief highlights the benefits of getting services closer to remote communities, and larger efforts to scale up integrated community case management for childhood illness to reduce the country’s child deaths.


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