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February 2012. Ghana – Paediatrician Dr. Mame Yaa Nyarko examines a child recovering from severe diarrhoea in one of her wards at the Princess Marie Louise Children’s Hospital in Accra.
Photo: GAVI/Doune Porter/PATH/2012
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