Neonatal and Children Health Investment Case - Iran


The Iranian health system has gone through considerable changes during the past four decades. Improvements were made through implementing a set of policies and plans aimed at improving healthcare access and quality and in result, Iran has made significant progress on neonatal and child health and has already achieved Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 4 and Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3 (target 2). However, substantial variation continues to exist across regions of the country and among different socioeconomic groups and the decline in children mortality rate is disproportionate and the fraction of neonatal and infants’ death has been increasing constantly. Previously published systematic reviews have discussed determinants of child survival and range of interventions to improve child health. However, these suggested strategies need to be adjusted based on the unique context of each country and with respect to the current situation, predictive determinants, available resources and cultural background. ...

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