Mimi’s village and how basic health care transformed it

2012by Katie Smith Milway, Eugenie Fernandes and Valerie Wyatt

"Mimi's fictional village is like thousands of real villages in the developing world, where health care, especially among infants and children, is poor or uneven. As a result, every day, 21,000 children under the age of five die, most of them from diseases that could have been prevented with basic health care"--Front jacket flap

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