Interior view of a nursery. Verso: WHO/17093. SEARO. Health services. SM 4-1976. Mothers and their babies usually for eight days after the birth at the spick-and-span Maternity Home in Ulan Bator. Fifty years ago, only half of the new-born lived to see their first birthday. In 1973, the infant mortality rate was down to 60.8 per 1,000 births.
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World Health Organization; Source: Research; Research date: 07/24/2015