Acute respiratory infection treatment, under 5 (% of children taken to a health provider) - for all countries


The series "Acute respiratory infection" contains 404 data rows in 1 data sets for 119 countries.
Children with acute respiratory infection (ARI) who are taken to a health provider refers to the percentage of children under age five with ARI in the last two weeks who were taken to an appropriate health provider, including hospital, health center, dispensary, village health worker, clinic, and private physician.
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Acute respiratory infection treatment, under 5 (% of children taken to a health provider) Children with acute respiratory infection (ARI) who are taken to a health provider refers to the percentage of children under age five with ARI in the last two weeks who were taken to an appropriate health provider, including hospital, health center, dispensary, village health worker, clinic, and private physician. /statistic/acute%20respiratory%20infection%20treatment

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