In Pakistan, one out of every 20 children dies before age five. Now, childhood immunization rates — already low — have dropped sharply during the pandemic, raising fears of a looming increase in infant mortality. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro began reporting on the issue early this year, examining one group seeking to improve child health in Pakistan, for his series Agents for Change.
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