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Figure 1. From: Do we have the right models for scaling up health services to achieve the Millennium Development Goals?.

Trends in Under-Five Mortality for all Low and Middle Income Countries, 1990-2009. Note: Each line represents one country's trend, based on a multi-level model with random intercepts and random slopes for each country [10] Source: World Development Indicators [11].

Savitha Subramanian, et al. BMC Health Serv Res. 2011;11:336-336.
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Figure 2. From: Do we have the right models for scaling up health services to achieve the Millennium Development Goals?.

Comparison of National Under Five Mortality Rates in 1990 and Subsequent Annual Rates of Change for Low and Middle Income Countries. Note: Each dot represents one country, with the trend based on a multi-level model with random intercepts and random slopes for each country [10] Source: World Development Indicators [11].

Savitha Subramanian, et al. BMC Health Serv Res. 2011;11:336-336.

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