WHO presents World Health Statistics 2012 as an integral part of its ongoing efforts to provide enhanced access to comparable high-quality statistics on core measures of population health and national health systems. Unless otherwise stated, all estimates have been cleared following consultation with Member States and are published here as official WHO figures. However, these best estimates have been derived using standard categories and methods to enhance their cross national comparability. As a result, they should not be
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Average Annual Rate of Decline;
- % in under-five mortality rate,1990–2010
- Rwanda ranks 2nd in Africa after Madagascar in reducing under-five mortality rate with 64 deaths per 1000 children.
- Measles immunization coverage among 1-year-olds (%) in 2010
- Rwanda ranks 21st in Africa in having the highest immunization coverage among 1-year olds. Rwanda has not yet met the 90% target of 2015.
- (%) in maternal mortality ratio, 1990–2010
- Rwanda ranks 4th in africa in reducing maternal mortality ratio with 340 deaths per 1000 births.
- Births attended by skilled health personnel (%)
- Rwanda ranks 13th in Africa in the highest number of births attended by skilled health personnel. Rwanda is still below the targeted 90% coverage by 2015 set by the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD+5).
- Antenatal care coverage (%) at least one visit
Rwanda ranks 2nd in Africa in having the highest percentage of antenatal coverage. Rwanda is close to meeting the global target of 100% coverage on at least one visit by 2015 set by the ICPD+5.
- Unmet need for family planning (%)
- Rwanda ranks 24th in having the lowest unmet need for family planning. This means that Rwanda has a large number of women who are productive and sexually active but want to stop or delay childbearing are not using any method of contraception. Achieving the MDG target of universal access to reproductive health by 2015 can be interpreted as 0% unmet need.
- (%) in HIV prevalence, 2000–2009
- Rwanda ranks 9th in Africa in HIV prevalence reduction.
- (%)Antiretroviral therapy coverage among people with advanced HIV infection in 2010
Rwanda ranks 4th in having the highest antiretroviral therapy coverage among people with advanced HIV infection. Rwanda has a coverage of more than 80% in antiretroviral therapy coverage.
- (%)Children aged <5 years sleeping in insecticide treated nets
Rwanda ranks 15th in having the highest number of children under 5 years of age sleeping in insecticide treated nets. Rwanda has not yet met the 80% target set by WHO and the Roll Back Malaria Partnership.
- Children aged <5 years with fever who received treatment with any antimalarial (%)
Rwanda ranks 12th in having the lowest number of children aged <5 years with fever who received treatment with any antimalarial. Rwanda still has a long way to meet the target of 100% coverage set by WHO and the Roll Back Malaria Partnership.
- (%) in incidence of tuberculosis, 2000–2010
Rwanda is the first country in Africa in reducing tuberculosis incidences with only 106 incidences per 100,000 people per year for the period 2000–2010.
- (%) in proportion of population without access to improved drinking-water sources, 1990-2010
- Rwanda has 35% of people without access to improved drinking water.
- (%) in proportion of population without access to improved sanitation
Rwanda ranks 5th in Africa in reducing proportion of population without access to improved sanitation. However, Rwanda still has 45% of the population not using improved sanitation and has not yet met the MDG target of halving, by 2015 the proportion of people without sustainable access to basic sanitation.