Effect of Saur Revolution (Afghanistan) on Child Mortality Rate : An Analytical View

Things took a turn in late 2001 when the United Nations decided to rebuild Afghanistan and resolve its political issues. In 2003, there were 11 physicians and 18 nurses per 100,000 population, and the per capita health expenditure was $28 US dollars. The nation had one medical facility for every 27,000 people in 2004, and some centers were responsible for as many as 300,000 people. The effect of reviving condition of healthcare sector can be seen clearly with the reduction in child mortality.

Kaggle : Global Child Mortality Rate Notebook

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