Downloadable charts and graphs

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Figure 1.1 Millennium Development Goals on maternal and child health
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Figure 1.2 Regional distribution of maternal deaths
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Figure 1.3 Trends, levels and lifetime risk of maternal mortality
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Figure 1.4 Regional rates of neonatal mortality
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Figure 1.5 Direct causes of maternal deaths, 1997-2002
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Figure 1.6 Direct causes of neonatal deaths, 2000
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Figure 1.7 Conceptual framework for maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity
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Figure 1.8 Food prices have risen sharply across the board
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Figure 2.1 The continuum of care
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Figure 2.2 Although improving, the educational status of young women is still low in several developing regions
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Figure 2.3 Gender parity in attendance has improved markedly, but there are still slightly more girls than boys out of primary school
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Figure 2.4 Child marriage is highly prevalent in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa
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Figure 2.5 Female genital mutlilation-cutting, though in decline, is still prevalent in many developing countries
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Figure 2.6 Mothers who received skilled attendance at delivery, by wealth quintile and region
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Figure 2.7 Women in Mali receiving three or more antenatal care visits, before and after the implementation of the ACSD initiative
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Figure 2.8 Many women in developing countries have no say in their own health-care needs
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Figure 3.1 Protection against neonatal tetanus
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Figure 3.2 Antiretroviral prophylaxis for HIV-positive mothers to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV
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Figure 3.3 Antenatal care coverage
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Figure 3.4 Delivery care coverage
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Figure 3.5 Emergency obstetric care - Rural Caesarean section
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Figure 3.6 Early and exclusive breastfeeding
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Figure 4.1 Emergency obstetric care - United Nations process indicators and recommended levels
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Figure 4.2 Distribution of key data sources used to derive the 2005 maternal mortality estimates
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Figure 4.3 Skilled health workers are in short supply in Africa and South-East Asia in particular
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Figure 4.4 Uptake of key maternal, newborn and child health policies by the 68 Countdown to 2015 priority countries
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Figure 4.5 Asia has among the lowest levels of government spending on health care as a share of overall public expenditure
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Figure 4.6 Post-natal care strategies - Feasibility and implementation challenges
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Figure 4.7 Lower-income countries pay most of their private health-care spending out of pocket
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Figure 4.8 Low-income countries have only 10 hospital beds per 10,000 people
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Figure 5.1 Key global health initiatives aimed at strengthening health systems and scaling up essential interventions
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Figure 5.2 Official development assistance for maternal and neonatal health has risen rapidly since 2004
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Figure 5.3 Nutrition, PMTCT and child health have seen substantial rises in financing
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Figure 5.4 Financing for maternal, newborn and child health from global health initiatives has increased sharply in recent years
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Figure 5.5 Focal and partner agencies for each component of the continuum of maternal and newborn care and related functions