New country-by-country data reveals alarmingly slow progress on reducing child
deaths . . . While 90 countries are on track to meet the target of reducing child deaths
by two-thirds by 2015, 98 countries are considerably off track, and globally the pace
of progress is far too slow. (UNICEF, 7 October 2004)
Pollack, D. (March 2009). International Legal Note: Child fatality review teams and the role of social workers An international perspective. International Social Work 52(2): 247-253.
*This is constructed from limited available data and may be imprecise.