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STATISTICAL TABLES 147,UN IGME mortality estimates are updated. Child mortality estimates annually through a detailed review of all. Each year in The State of the World s newly available data points which often. Children UNICEF reports a series of results in adjustments to previously reported. mortality estimates for children including estimates As a result consecutive editions. the annual neonatal mortality rate infant of The State of the World s Children should. mortality rate the under five mortality rate not be used for analysing mortality trends. total male and female and the number of over time Comparable global and regional. under five deaths These figures represent under five mortality estimates for the period. the best estimates available at the time 1990 2016 are presented on page 154. of printing and are based on the work of Country specific mortality indicators for. the United Nations Inter agency Group 1990 and 2016 based on the most recent. for Child Mortality Estimation UN IGME UN IGME estimates are presented in. which includes UNICEF the World Health Table 1 and are available at data unicef. Organization WHO the World Bank group org child mortality under five and www. and the United Nations Population Division childmortality org. Under five mortality rate per 1 000 live births,UNICEF Region 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2016. East Asia and the Pacific 57 49 40 30 22 17 16,Europe and Central Asia 31 28 22 16 13 10 10. Eastern Europe and Central Asia 47 45 36 27 20 15 14. Western Europe 11 8 6 5 5 4 4, Latin America and the Caribbean 55 44 33 26 25 18 18. Middle East and North Africa 66 53 43 34 28 25 24,North America 11 9 8 8 7 7 6.
South Asia 129 112 94 77 63 50 48,Sub Saharan Africa 181 173 155 127 101 81 78. Eastern and Southern Africa 164 156 138 108 82 64 61. West and Central Africa 199 191 173 145 119 98 95, Least developed countries 176 160 139 111 89 71 68. World 93 87 78 64 52 42 41,Under five deaths thousands. UNICEF Region 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2016, East Asia and the Pacific 2 329 1 706 1 221 899 692 537 510. Europe and Central Asia 388 307 223 169 139 112 107. Eastern Europe and Central Asia 331 266 192 143 117 93 88. Western Europe 58 41 30 26 23 20 19, Latin America and the Caribbean 652 513 387 293 270 194 187.
Middle East and North Africa 558 427 330 277 255 242 237. North America 47 40 35 35 32 28 28, South Asia 4 730 4 149 3 523 2 904 2 313 1 794 1 713. Sub Saharan Africa 3 893 4 152 4 149 3 767 3 312 2 923 2 860. Eastern and Southern Africa 1 851 1 945 1 893 1 632 1 352 1 134 1 104. West and Central Africa 2 042 2 207 2 256 2 135 1 959 1 789 1 756. Least developed countries 3 669 3 639 3 437 2 966 2 544 2 154 2 101. World 12 598 11 293 9 868 8 344 7 014 5 831 5 642,148 UNICEF THE STATE OF THE WORLD S CHILDREN 2017. UNDER FIVE MORTALITY RANKINGS, The following list ranks countries and areas in descending order of their estimated 2016 under five mortality rate a critical. indicator of the well being of children Countries and areas are listed alphabetically in the tables on the following pages. HIGHEST UNDER FIVE MORTALITY RATE, Under 5 mortality Under 5 mortality Under 5 mortality. rate 2016 rate 2016 rate 2016, Countries and areas Value Rank Countries and areas Value Rank Countries and areas Value Rank.
Somalia 133 1 Ghana 59 34 Bhutan 32 66,Chad 127 2 Ethiopia 58 35 Guyana 32 66. Central African Republic 124 3 United Republic of 57 36 Azerbaijan 31 68. Sierra Leone 114 4 Cambodia 31 68,Zimbabwe 56 37,Mali 111 5 Dominican Republic 31 68. Malawi 55 38,Nigeria 104 6 Iraq 31 68,Yemen 55 38,Benin 98 7 Guatemala 29 72. Congo 54 40,Democratic Republic of 94 8 Vanuatu 28 73. the Congo Kiribati 54 40,Morocco 27 74,Lesotho 94 8 Papua New Guinea 54 40.
Philippines 27 74,C te d Ivoire 92 10 Uganda 53 43. Indonesia 26 76,Equatorial Guinea 91 11 Myanmar 51 44. Solomon Islands 26 76,Niger 91 11 Turkmenistan 51 44. Algeria 25 78,South Sudan 91 11 Timor Leste 50 46,Tuvalu 25 78. Guinea 89 14 Kenya 49 47,Uzbekistan 24 80,Guinea Bissau 88 15 Gabon 47 48.
Egypt 23 81,Burkina Faso 85 16 Senegal 47 48,Fiji 22 82. Angola 83 17 Madagascar 46 50,Niue 22 82,Mauritania 81 18 Eritrea 45 51. Viet Nam 22 82,Cameroon 80 19 Namibia 45 51,Cabo Verde 21 85. Pakistan 79 20 India 43 53,Ecuador 21 85,Togo 76 21 South Africa 43 53. Kyrgyzstan 21 85,Comoros 73 22 Tajikistan 43 53,Democratic People s 20 88.
Burundi 72 23 Botswana 41 56 Republic of Korea,Mozambique 71 24 Rwanda 39 57 Nicaragua 20 88. Afghanistan 70 25 Bolivia Plurinational 37 58 Paraguay 20 88. Swaziland 70 25 Suriname 20 88,Marshall Islands 35 59. Haiti 67 27 Honduras 19 92,Nauru 35 59,Liberia 67 27 State of Palestine 19 92. Nepal 35 59,Gambia 65 29 Trinidad and Tobago 19 92. Bangladesh 34 62,Sudan 65 29 Jordan 18 95,Dominica 34 62.
Djibouti 64 31 Mongolia 18 95,Sao Tome and Principe 34 62. Lao People s Democratic 64 31 Syrian Arab Republic 18 95. Republic Micronesia Federated 33 65,Saint Vincent and the 17 98. Zambia 63 33 Grenadines,UNICEF THE STATE OF THE WORLD S CHILDREN 2017. STATISICAL TABLES 149,ABOUT 15 000 CHILDREN UNDER,5 YEARS OLD STILL DIE EVERY DAY. LOWEST UNDER 5 MORTALITY RATE, Under 5 mortality Under 5 mortality Under 5 mortality.
rate 2016 rate 2016 rate 2016, Countries and areas Value Rank Countries and areas Value Rank Countries and areas Value Rank. Samoa 17 98 China 10 131 Belgium 4 164, Grenada 16 100 Antigua and Barbuda 9 133 Denmark 4 164. Palau 16 100 Costa Rica 9 133 France 4 164,Panama 16 100 Maldives 9 133 Germany 4 164. Republic of Moldova 16 100 Qatar 9 133,Greece 4 164. Ireland 4 164,Tonga 16 100 Romania 9 133,Israel 4 164.
Venezuela Bolivarian 16 100 Saint Kitts and Nevis 9 133. Republic of Montenegro 4 164,Sri Lanka 9 133,Belize 15 106 Netherlands 4 164. Ukraine 9 133,Brazil 15 106 Portugal 4 164,Uruguay 9 133. Colombia 15 106,Switzerland 4 164,Bahrain 8 142 United Kingdom 4 164. El Salvador 15 106,Bulgaria 8 142 Andorra 3 179,Iran Islamic Republic of 15 106. Chile 8 142 Cyprus 3 179,Jamaica 15 106,Cook Islands 8 142 Czechia 3 179.
Mexico 15 106,Kuwait 8 142 Estonia 3 179,Peru 15 106. Lebanon 8 142 Italy 3 179,Albania 14 114 Japan 3 179. Malaysia 8 142,Mauritius 14 114 Monaco 3 179,Russian Federation 8 142. Seychelles 14 114 Norway 3 179,United Arab Emirates 8 142. Tunisia 14 114 Republic of Korea 3 179,Malta 7 151.
Armenia 13 118 San Marino 3 179,United States 7 151. Libya 13 118 Singapore 3 179,Bosnia and Herzegovina 6 153. Saint Lucia 13 118 Spain 3 179,Cuba 6 153,Saudi Arabia 13 118 Sweden 3 179. Serbia 6 153,Turkey 13 118,Finland 2 192,Slovakia 6 153 Iceland 2 192. Barbados 12 123,Canada 5 157 Luxembourg 2 192,Thailand 12 123.
Croatia 5 157 Slovenia 2 192,The former Yugoslav 12 123. Hungary 5 157 Anguilla,Republic of Macedonia, Argentina 11 126 Latvia 5 157 British Virgin Islands. Bahamas 11 126 Lithuania 5 157 Holy See,Georgia 11 126 New Zealand 5 157 Liechtenstein. Kazakhstan 11 126 Poland 5 157 Montserrat,Australia 4 164 Tokelau. Oman 11 126,Austria 4 164 Turks and Caicos Islands.
Brunei Darussalam 10 131,Belarus 4 164,150 UNICEF THE STATE OF THE WORLD S CHILDREN 2017. Tobago Turks and Caicos Islands Uruguay, Regional classification Venezuela Bolivarian Republic of. Averages presented at the end of each of the, 13 statistical tables are calculated using data Middle East and North Africa. from countries and areas as classified below Algeria Bahrain Egypt Iran Islamic Republic. of Iraq Israel Jordan Kuwait Lebanon, East Asia and the Pacific Libya Morocco Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia. Australia Brunei Darussalam Cambodia State of Palestine Syrian Arab Republic. China Cook Islands Democratic People s Tunisia United Arab Emirates Yemen. Republic of Korea Fiji Indonesia Japan, Kiribati Lao People s Democratic Republic North America.
Malaysia Marshall Islands Micronesia Canada United States. Federated States of Mongolia Myanmar,Nauru New Zealand Niue Palau Papua South Asia. New Guinea Philippines Republic of Afghanistan Bangladesh Bhutan India. Korea Samoa Singapore Solomon Islands Maldives Nepal Pakistan Sri Lanka. Thailand Timor Leste Tokelau Tonga Tuvalu,Vanuatu Viet Nam Sub Saharan Africa. Eastern and Southern Africa West and,Europe and Central Asia Central Africa. Eastern Europe and Central Asia Western,Europe Eastern and Southern Africa. Angola Botswana Burundi Comoros, Eastern Europe and Central Asia Djibouti Eritrea Ethiopia Kenya.
Albania Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Bosnia Lesotho Madagascar Malawi Mauritius. and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Georgia Mozambique Namibia Rwanda Seychelles. Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Montenegro Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan. Republic of Moldova Romania Russian Swaziland Uganda United Republic of. Federation Serbia Tajikistan the former Tanzania Zambia Zimbabwe. Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Turkey, Turkmenistan Ukraine Uzbekistan West and Central Africa. Benin Burkina Faso Cabo Verde Cameroon, Western Europe Central African Republic Chad Congo. Andorra Austria Belgium Cyprus C te d Ivoire Democratic Republic of the. Czechia Denmark Estonia Finland France Congo Equatorial Guinea Gabon Gambia. Germany Greece Holy See Hungary Ghana Guinea Guinea Bissau Liberia Mali. Iceland Ireland Italy Latvia Liechtenstein Mauritania Niger Nigeria Sao Tome and. Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Monaco Principe Senegal Sierra Leone Togo. Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal San, Marino Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Least developed countries areas. Switzerland United Kingdom Classified as such by the United Nations. High Representative for the Least Developed, Latin America and the Caribbean Countries Landlocked Developing Countries. Anguilla Antigua and Barbuda Argentina and Small Island Developing States UN. Bahamas Barbados Belize Bolivia OHRLLS,Plurinational State of Brazil British Virgin.
Islands Chile Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Afghanistan Angola Bangladesh Benin. Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador El Bhutan Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia. Salvador Grenada Guatemala Guyana Haiti Central African Republic Chad Comoros. Honduras Jamaica Mexico Montserrat Democratic Republic of the Congo. Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Peru Saint Djibouti Eritrea Ethiopia Gambia Guinea. Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Vincent Guinea Bissau Haiti Kiribati Lao People s. and the Grenadines Suriname Trinidad and Democratic Republic Lesotho Liberia. STATISTICAL TABLES 151, Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania are not weighed New methods are currently. Mozambique Myanmar Nepal Niger being applied to generate estimates through. Rwanda Sao Tome and Principe Senegal an inter agency process and updates will be. Sierra Leone Solomon Islands Somalia available in the next edition of The State of. South Sudan Sudan Timor Leste Togo the World s Children. Tuvalu Uganda United Republic of Tanzania, Vanuatu Yemen Zambia Iodized salt The definition of the indicator. presented in this report has changed from,the past when it was about households. consuming adequately iodized salt Now it,is about salt with any iodine as such global. Notes on specific tables and regional average prevalence estimates. TABLE 2 NUTRITION are not comparable to the averages. Stunting wasting and overweight published in previous editions of The State of. UNICEF WHO and the World Bank the World s Children. have continued a process to harmonize, anthropometric data used for computation TABLE 3 HEALTH.
and estimation of regional and global Water sanitation and hygiene The drinking. averages and trend analysis As part of water sanitation and hygiene estimates in. this process regional and global averages this report come from the WHO UNICEF. for stunting wasting and overweight Joint Monitoring Programme for Water. prevalences are derived from a model Supply Sanitation and Hygiene JMP. described in M de Onis et al Methodology Full details of the JMP methodology can. for Estimating Regional and Global Trends of be found at www washdata org New. Child Malnutrition International Journal of estimates are released every 2 years which. Epidemiology vol 33 2004 pp 1260 1270 supersede all previous estimates and should. not be compared,Vitamin A supplementation Emphasizing. the importance for children of receiving Immunization This report presents. two annual doses of vitamin A spaced 4 6 WHO and UNICEF estimates of national. months apart this report presents only full immunization coverage Since 2000 the. coverage of vitamin A supplementation In estimates are updated once annually in. the absence of a direct method to measure July following a consultation process. this indicator full coverage is reported as wherein countries are provided draft reports. the lower coverage estimate from semester for review and comment As the system. 1 Jan June and semester 2 July Dec incorporates new empirical data each annual. in a given year The regional and global revision supersedes prior data releases and. aggregates only contain the 82 countries coverage levels from earlier revisions are not. indicated as priority countries for national comparable A more detailed explanation of. level programmes Hence the aggregates the process can be found at data unicef. The statistical tables in this volume support UNICEF s focus on progress and results towards internationally agreed upon goals and compacts relating to children s rights and development Efforts have been made to maximize the comparability of statistics across countries and time Nevertheless data used at the country level may differ in terms of the methods used to collect data or arrive

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