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ENSURING HEALTH EQUITY
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COVERAGE OF ESSENTIAL HEALTH SERVICES
 
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REPRODUCTIVE, MATERNAL, NEWBORN, AND CHILD HEALTH
Family
planning
>
Antenatal
and delivery care
>
Full child
immunization
>
Health-seeking behaviour for child illness
>
Almost a quarter of married or in-union women lack access to modern contraception
64% of women with a live birth in 2013 received antenatal care four or more times from any provider
Global DTP3 immunization coverage was 86% in 2016
Less than 50% of children with suspected pneumonia in low income countries are taken to an appropriate health provider
INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Tuberculosis
effective treatment
>
HIV
antiretroviral treatment
>
Insecticide-treated nets coverage for malaria prevention
>
Adequate
sanitation
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83% of new and relapse TB patients were successfully treated in 2014
Global antiretroviral therapy (ART) coverage in 2016 was estimated at 53% [39-65%]
53% of the population at risk in sub-Saharan Africa slept under an ITN in 2015
68% of the world's population had access to improved sanitation facilities in 2015
NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASES
Prevalence of
raised blood pressure
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Prevalence of
raised blood glucose
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Cervical cancer
screening
>
Tobacco
control
>
1.13 billion people were affected by raised blood pressure in 2015
About 8% of adults aged 18 and over had raised blood glucose in 2014
79% of countries* reported having cervical cancer screening programmes in place in 2015
Over 1.1 billion people smoked tobacco in 2015
SERVICE CAPACITY AND ACCESS
Basic hospital
access
>
Health-worker
density
>
Access to essential medicines
>
Compliance with the International Health Regulations
>
4 in 10 countries report having less than 18 beds per 10 000 population
About 44% of WHO Member States report to have less than 1 physician per 1000 population
The availability of essential medicines at public health facilities is often poor
66% of all State Parties responded to the monitoring questionnaire in 2016 � the average capacity score was 76%
 
 
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