Kenya, with a population of over 40 million people and an ever increasing birth rate, has an increased need of quality health care of both mother and child during pregnancy in many areas in Kenya. The quality care for mothers and children during pregnancy and after delivery in Kenya is necessary to reduce the Infant mortality rate in Kenya of 43.61 deaths per 1,000 live births since Women and children are facing additional health risks in Kenya because of childbirth.
The Aga Khan Maternal and Child Care Centre (AKMCCC) in Kenya, which was established in 1889, has opened its doors in Continue reading ...
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