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Pakistan Sees Steady Rise In Infant Mortality Cases

by VR Sreeraman on March 31, 2012 at 4:37 PM
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 Pakistan Sees Steady Rise In Infant Mortality Cases

A report by an NGO has claimed that the number of deaths of infants less than a year old is on the rise in Pakistan.

In December last year, an average of 56 infants died in each of 36 districts. An average of 51 infants had died in November, the Daily Times said, citing a report by the Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN).

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The survey was based on reported cases of diseases at government health offices in 79 districts. Of the monitored districts, 36 reported cases of infant mortality.

The maximum number of cases were reported in Sahiwal (225), followed by Gujrat (157) and Faisalabad (136).

A total of 51 children died before attaining the age of five while 124 mothers died due to pregnancy and delivery-related complications.

Source: IANS
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