Malawi: Poor Sanitation Accounts for 52 Percent of the Total Disease Burden in Malawi

[AllAfrica - Africa] - 28/07/2022
[Nyasa Times] Poor sanitation accounts for 52 percent of the total disease burden in Malawi, with diarrhoea alone accounting for seven per cent of under-five deaths, latest statistics have shown.
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