By Ezekiel Talatau
STATISTICAL health data reports show that Solomon Islands is improving in children health care, since 2017.
It is also highlighted that the recent issue of medicine shortage in Solomon Islands did not affect children’s health statistics.
The significant improvements are categories under the five mortality rates between last year and this year.
Reported through NZ herald, the United Nation International Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF) reveal that other Pacific countries such as Vanuatu, Marshall Islands ,Palau, Nauru and the Federal state of Micronesian have also improved in child health in the past years.
The global children mortality agency added that the improvement in the children’s health care resulted from increased immunisation rates, more government health spending and donors supply.