Measurement of intervention coverage Although UNICEF and other partners have invested heavily in efforts to track coverage levels for effective maternal, newborn and child (MNC) survival and nutrition interventions methodological weaknesses in current efforts to measure coverage, and especially coverage...
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Incidence and sequelae of child morbidity CHERG will provide estimates of child morbidity, including etiology-specific morbidity, by continuously updating systematic reviews and by seeking additional sources of data from country-level work and from research underway, such as the studies of...
Incidence and sequelae of maternal morbidity While there is some information available on the levels of maternal mortality in developing countries, much less is known about the levels of maternal morbidity, including the incidence of the main obstetric complications and...
Can We Do Better? Measuring Coverage in Maternal, Newborn and Child Health A PLOS Medicine Collection Launch Event Watch Event PLOS MED Collection Now Online Event Presentations Also Read Are Health Interventions Reaching Women and Children in the Developing World? Gates Foundation's Impatient Optimist Why Should We Care About...
LiST Project Page More Intervention Effect Estimate Summaries Reference Lamberti LM, Fischer Walker CL, Noiman A, Victora C, Black RE. Breastfeeding and the risk for diarrhea morbidity and mortality. BMC Public Health 2011 11(Suppl 3): S15. Background Despite evidence supporting the positive and...
Datasets by publication Other Resources Interim estimates of global under-five diarrhea and pneumonia deaths in 2011. (December 2012). Li Liu, Jamie Perin, Christa Fisher-Walker, Robert E. Black. Maternal Mortality, Child Mortality, Perinatal Mortality, Child Cognition, and Estimates of Prevalence of Anemia due to Iron...
The Child Health Epidemiology Reference Group (CHERG) was established in 2001 by the World Health Organization (WHO) to provide external technical guidance and global leadership in the development and improvement of epidemiological estimates for children under five years of age. It...
Causes of maternal mortality The overwhelming majority of maternal deaths occur in developing countries and arise from the risks attributable to pregnancy and childbirth as well as from the poor performance of health services. To reduce maternal deaths globally we need...
Child Causes of Death Annual Estimates by Country, 2000-2010 (Excel file) Source: Global, regional, and national causes of child mortality: an updated systematic analysis for 2010 with time trends since 2000. The Lancet, Early Online Publication, 11 May 2012. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(12)60560-1 Also...

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