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Table 1 Maternal and child health indicators in Mozambique

From: Misoprostol for the prevention of post-partum haemorrhage in Mozambique: an analysis of the interface between human rights, maternal health and development

IndicatorSource, Reference
Maternal Mortality Ratio489/100000(World Health Organization, 2015) [11]
% Births attended by a Skilled Birth Attendant70 (91% urban; 67% rural)(IMASIDA, 2016) [6]
Lifetime Risk of Maternal Mortality1/40(World Health Organization, 2015) [11]
Neonatal Mortality Rate27.1/1000 live births(World Health Organization, 2016) [27]
Fertility Rate (ages 15–49; 2015)5.9 (6.6 rural; 4.5 urban)(IMASIDA, 2016) [6]
Demand for family planning for 15–49 year olds50% (47% rural; 57% urban)(IMASIDA, 2016) [6]
Access to contraception for 15–19 year olds14.1%(Family Planning 2020, 2017) [28]
% of women > 25 with some secondary education in 20152.8%(IMASIDA, 2016) [6]
% of men with some secondary education in 20158%(IMASIDA, 2016) [6]