Hospital design helps cut down infections
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Rwanda's remote Burera District is the home of an innovative new hospital built by locals.
The hospital has high ceilings, large fans and permanently open windows to provide constant ventilation to help control infection.
Ultra violet lights kills germs and the hospital's floors are easy to clean, also cutting down the infection risk.
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