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in the booklet its comparing child mortality rate (under 5) and infant mortality rate (under 1) so i dont think you can say if it has gone down or not because they arent the same age group so i would use the atlas thing
4.1 Under-fi ve mortality rate, per 1 000 live births- 97 121
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Yeah so you would be able to see the overall percentage poverty of an area rather than the amount of people who are poor.

In high population areas like Nairobi may have a lower percentage poverty than much lower density rural areas which may be very poor.

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thanks so much for clearing that up and good luck to you too!
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Item 1 doesn't show a decrease. If you look carefully, one is child mortality and one is infant mortality so they are bound to be different as infant mortality is deaths within the first year of birth and child mortality is within the first 5 years.
Ah, sorry im an idiot
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Ah, sorry im an idiot
My whole class didn't see this until one person managed to realise it so don't worry haha
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4.1 Under-fi ve mortality rate, per 1 000 live births- 97 121
is that from the atlas thing, sorry i dont know what this is
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You could also comment on how this very high mortality rate is odd considering 92% of children get a medical visit before 5, maybe highlighting a lack of training and observation that the riders can provide?

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is that from the atlas thing, sorry i dont know what this is
No its fine I'm just an idiot who didnt read the first bit properly
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From item one in the AIB

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No its fine I'm just an idiot who didnt read the first bit properly
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Okay help, I have been highlighting my AIB and then realised that it says on the front - "Must be kept unmarked" - What should I do?
You get a fresh new one for the exam... they wouldn't let you take in one in from outside as you could have written notes in it etc.
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You could also comment on how this very high mortality rate is odd considering 92% of children get a medical visit before 5, maybe highlighting a lack of training and observation that the riders can provide?

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where have you got that information from may i ask?? :')
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From the Official Kenyan governement 2030 2014 economic document

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From the extended reading

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Hi guys this might sound a little stupid but could you expand on what item 3 means by "poor communications infrastructure" in relation to staff in the health clinics ordering supplies?
Any help would be much appreciated!
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You could also comment on how this very high mortality rate is odd considering 92% of children get a medical visit before 5, maybe highlighting a lack of training and observation that the riders can provide?

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I guess if they only get one visit between the ages of 0-5 it isnt enough to prevent disease.
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So instead of the individual clinics ringing in and saying i need say 145 insect nets 29 hiv test kits and 1000 AV drugs, the main warehouse will just give them say 50 of everything judging by their size, distribution is individually tailored to the needs of the area

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So instead of the individual clinics ringing in and saying i need say 145 insect nets 29 hiv test kits and 1000 AV drugs, the main warehouse will just give them say 50 of everything judging by their size, distribution is individually tailored to the needs of the area

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Oh right I see thanks a lot!
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From the extended reading

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okay thanks
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Oh right I see thanks a lot!
ISN'T!!! isn't tailored to the area
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hey,does anyone have any notes for the maps, or comparisons?
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