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Living Goods agent Sauda Babirye provides health education, affordable products, and support for her community in Tula, a peri-urban slum in Kampala, Uganda. (Credit: Esther Havens/Living Goods)

Living Goods’ community health promoters helped reduce child mortality by 27 percent and infant mortality by 33 percent. Neonatal mortality also was 27 percent lower, overall health knowledge improved and people were more likely to take preventive health measures compared to areas without community health promoters, according to the randomized control trial.

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