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Health Needs Assessment for the City of Bamako, Mali

Hoy, Rachel

Bamako, the capital city of the Republic of Mali, was designated as a Millennium City by the Earth Institute at Columbia University in 2006. The city faces numerous health challenges, but it is well-positioned to meet health-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015. Priority health needs include: reducing maternal mortality and increasing contraceptive usage rates; reducing child malnutrition and infant morbidity; and scaling-up access to health services.

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Academic Units
Millennium Cities Initiative
Publisher
Millennium Cities Initiative
Series
MCI Social Sector Working Paper Series, 17/2011
Published Here
July 6, 2011
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