Downloadable charts and graphs

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Figure 1.1 The benefits of meeting Millennium Development Goal 4 and the cost of failing to reach the goal
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Figure 1.2 Global rates of neonatal mortality, 2000
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Figure 1.3 High-impact, simple interventions to save newborn lives within the continuum of maternal and child health care
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Figure 1.4 The global child mortality rate declined by almost one quarter between 1990 and 2006
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Figure 1.5 Fewer than 10 million children under five died in 2006
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Figure 1.6 Global progress in reducing child mortality is insufficient to reach MDG 4
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Figure 1.7 Almost one third of the 50 least developed countries have managed to reduce their under-five mortality rates by 40 per cent or more since 1990
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Figure 1.8 Global distribution of cause-specific mortality among children under five
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Figure 1.9 Health and the Millennium Development Goals
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Figure 1.10 More than half of children under five with suspected pneumonia are taken to an appropriate health provider
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Figure 1.11 South Asia has the highest level of undernutrition among the regions
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Figure 1.12 The probability of maternal mortality is far higher in the developing world than in industrialized countries
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Figure 1.13 Low levels of maternal care contribute to high rates of maternal death in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa
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Figure 1.14 Sub-Saharan Africa accounts for almost 90 per cent of paediatric HIV infections
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Figure 1.15 Around 80 per cent of the developing world has access to improved water sources
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Figure 1.16 Only half of the population in the developing world has access to adequate sanitation
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Figure 1.17 The 60 priority countries for child survival targeted by Countdown to 2015
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Figure 1.18 Connecting caregiving across the continuum for maternal, newborn and child health
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Figure 1.19 Connecting caregiving between households and health facilities to reduce maternal, newborn and child deaths
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Figure 1.20 Levels of birth registration* are low in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa
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Figure 2.1 Global burden of measles deaths
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Figure 2.2 Selective primary health care and trends in immunization rates since 1980
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Figure 2.3 IMCI case management in the outpatient health facility, first-level referral facility and at home for the sick child from age two months up to five years
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Figure 2.4 Conceptual framework for achieving health-related Millennium Development Goals
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Figure 3.1 Prevalence of stunting by age (months)
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Figure 4.1 Conceptual framework for scaling up primary health care in developing countries
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Figure 4.2 Ways of addressing bottlenecks in health-service delivery
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Figure 4.3 Estimated impact and cost of minimum, expanded and maximum packages for the Strategic Framework for Africa
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Figure 4.4 Funding sources 2007–2015
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Figure 4.5 Brazil: Wide disparities in infant mortality rates between and within selected regions, by family income and by mother’s ethnicity, 2002
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Figure 5.1 Selected financial flows to developing countries