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China's Health Statistics Yearbook 2009

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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 08/2009
ISBN: 9787811361995
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"China Health Statistics Yearbook 2009" is a reflection of China's health development and health of residents and annual information on the status. The book included
The National and 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the central health development and health of residents in the standard of the current statistical data, as well as an important year in history
National statistics. The book "Chinese Health Statistics Yearbook" of 2009 volumes, the contents of incorporation as of the end of 2008.
     Second, the book is divided into 15 parts, namely: health, health, sanitation, health funding, medical services, rural and community-based Guardian
Health, maternal and child health, the standard of people's health and nutritional status, disease control and public health, cause of death in people injured patients, health surveillance, medical insurance
Barrier system, demographic indicators, followed by the main socio-economic indicators, health status of all countries in the world. Each chapter and a brief description of pre-established interpretation of key indicators, Jane
Introduced to explain the main elements of this, sources of information, statistics, statistical methods and historical changes.
     Third, sources of information
     (A) of this information came mainly from the annual health statistics report, part from a sample survey.
     (B) El and socio-economic data were extracted from "The China Statistical Yearbook" and the Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Civil Affairs statistics, urban residents
The basic medical insurance information from the Human Resources and Social Security, national health information from the World Health Organization "World Health Statistics."
     Fourth, statistical El Path.
     (A) In addition to administrative division, the book involved in the national statistics do not include Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Macao Special Administrative Region and Taiwan
Provincial data.
     (B) the calendar year of health agencies, health workers and clinics were not included people such as village health information, village health statistics alone.
     (C) Ministry of Health in three years 1995,2001,2006 Amendment "survey of national health systems", appropriate adjustments to the medical and health institutions and
Personnel statistics, resulting in health institutions in 1996,2002,2007 and a larger number of personnel changes.
     Fifth, the Statistics Section
     (A) the eastern, central and western regions: the eastern region includes Beijing, Tianjin, Liaoning, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Fujian, Shandong, Guangdong,
Hainan, Hebei, 11 provinces and municipalities; the central region includes Shanxi, Jilin, Heilongjiang, Anhui, Jiangxi, Henan, Hubei, Hunan, 8
Province; the western regions, including Inner Mongolia, Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan, Tibet, Shaanxi, Gansu, Qinghai, Ningxia, Xinjiang, Chongqing, Guangxi, 12
Provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities.
     (B) Organizers: The registration of medical institutions as the basis, divided into government, community and private operators to do. Government health institutions, including The Guardian
Health administrative departments and other government-sponsored health authorities; community to do, including enterprises, institutions, social organizations and other social organizations to do The Guardian
Health agencies.
     (C) urban and rural areas: 1949 to 1984 before the health institutions and their beds and personnel in accordance with urban, rural groups, according to 1985 city and county division.
Urban areas, including municipalities, prefecture-level cities and county-level city area, does not include municipalities and prefecture-level city under the jurisdiction of the county; County, including the County and the flag.
     Sixth, the use of symbols: "spaces" that countless places, "" said an unknown number of, "①" Note that under the table.
Table of Contents
First, health care institutions
     A brief description and explanation of key indicators (1)
   1-1-1 the number of health institutions (3)
   1-1-2 2008 in all regions the number of health institutions (4)
   1-1-3 in 2008 the number of various types of health institutions (6)
   1-2-1 2008 the number of medical care institutions (10)
   1-2-2 2008 medical institutions in all regions the number of (non-profit) (11)
   1-2-3 2008 in all regions the number of medical institutions (profit) (12)
   l of a 3-1 2008 of the Hospital, Maternal and Child Health Centers for Disease Control and Prevention specialist hospital grade cases (13)
   1-3-2 2008 level of district hospitals in all circumstances (14)
   1-4-1 2008 division, by number of beds in hospitals, maternal and child health care and the number of specialist institutions for Disease Control and Prevention (15)
   1-4-2 2008 in all sub-regions according to number of beds in the hospital a few (16)
   1-4-3 2008, by number of beds in a number of sub-township hospitals (17)
   1-4-4 2008 in all sub-regions according to number of beds in community health service centers (stations) number (18)
   1-5 the number of village health (19)
Second, health
   A brief description and explanation of key indicators (21)
2-1-1 the number of health workers (23)
2-l-2 in 2008 the number of various types of health institutions (24)
2-1-3 the number of health personnel in 2008 (according to city and county / economic type / host unit) (28)
2-1-4 health workers in 2005 sex, age, academic qualifications and titles of the composition (%) (29)
2-1-5 2008 the number of health personnel in all regions (30)
2-1-6 2008 the number of health personnel in all areas (cities) (31)
2-1-7 2008 the number of health personnel in all areas (counties) (32)
2-2-1 high number of mid-level health professionals (33)
2-2-2 per thousand of population the number of health professionals (33)
2-2-3 2008 per thousand of population in all regions the number of health professionals (34)
2-3 2008 Number of medical care institutions (35)
Practicing 2-4-1 2005 (Assistant) physician gender, age, academic qualifications and titles of the composition (%) (37)
2-4-2 in 2005 to practice all over the distinction between Section (assistant) doctors (38)
2-4-3 Polyclinic practice in 2005 (assistant) doctors and composition (40)
2-4-4 practicing physicians in 2005 categories (41)
2-4-5 2005 physicians practicing in all areas categories (%) (42)
2-5-1 2008 years the number of district hospitals (43)
2-5-2 2005 of the Hospital staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles of the composition (%) (44)
2-6-1 2008 in all regions the number of township hospitals (45)
   2-6-2 staff of township hospitals in 2005, gender, age, academic qualifications and titles of the composition (%) (46)
   2-7-1 2008 in all areas of community health service centers (stations) the number (47)
   2-7-2 2005 Community Health Center staff by gender, age, academic qualifications and titles of the composition (%) (48)
   2-8-1 2008 in all areas of maternal and child health care hospital (the station) the number (49)
   Maternal and Child Health Hospital 2-8-2 in 2005 (the station) staff gender, age, academic qualifications and titles of the composition (%) (50)
   2-9-1 2008 in all areas of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention the number of (51)
   2-9-2 in 2005 Center for Disease Control and Prevention gender, age, academic qualifications and titles of the composition (%) (52)
   2-10-1 2008 in all Area Health Authority (Center) the number (53)
   2-10-2 2005 Health oversight agencies sex, age, academic qualifications and titles of the composition (%) (54)
   2 A 10-3 2005 Health monitors the number and composition (55)
   2-11-1 number of rural doctors and health worker (57)
   2-11-2 2008 Village health room staff (57)
   2-11-3 2008 in all regions the number of village health (58)
   L 1 2-12 medical students and the number of students in school (59)
   2-12-2 medical graduates (60)
   2 a 12-3 post-graduate medical profession a few (61)
Third, health facilities
     A brief description and explanation of key indicators (63)
3-1-1 The number of beds in health institutions (10,000) (65)
3-1-2 in 2008 The number of beds in various types of medical institutions (66)
3-1-3 2008 in all regions The number of beds in medical institutions (68)
3-1-4 beds per thousand of population the number of medical institutions (70)
3-1-5 2008 Polyclinic Medical institutions and pose a number of beds (71)
3-1-6 2008 Polyclinic years The number of beds in district hospitals (72)
Health agencies 3-2 2008 million more than the number of equipment (74)
3-3-1 2008 Health body building area (sq m) (76)
3-3-2 2008 medical institutions, the Government Office building area (sq m) (78)
Fourth, public health funding
   A brief description and explanation of main statistical indicators (79)
The total cost of health 4-1-1 (81)
4-1-2 government budget health expenditures (million) (82)
4-1-3 health expenditure (83)
4-1-4 health care expenditures of urban and rural residents (84)
4-2-1 all kinds of health institutions in 2008 the assets and liabilities (85)
4-2-2 2008 Health institutions assets and liabilities (by economic type / Organizers / region) (87)
4-2-3 2008 Medical institutions assets and liabilities (88)
4-3-1 all kinds of health institutions in 2008 revenue and expenditure (89)
Health agencies 4-3-2 2008 income and expenditure (by economic type / Organizers / region) (91)
Medical institutions 4-3-3 2008 income and expenditure (92)
4-3-4 2008 run medical institutions, the Government revenue and expenditure (93)
4-4 1 l General Hospital income and expenditure (94)
4-4-2 5 general hospitals in 2008 revenue and expenditure (95)
4-5-1 general hospital out-patient and per capita medical expenses of patients discharged from hospital (96)
4-5-2 2008 in all areas of general hospital outpatient and inpatient medical expenses per capita (97)
4-6-1 2008 30 The average length of stay of the disease medicine (98)
4-6-2 five hospitals in 2008 an average of 30 kinds of diseases hospital medical expenses (99)
Fifth, health care services
   A brief description and explanation of key indicators (101)
5-1-1 the number of medical clinics (million) (105)
5-1-2 all types of medical institutions in 2008 out-patient services (106)
5-1-3 non-profit in 2008 out-patient services in medical institutions (107)
5-1-4 profit in 2008 out-patient services in medical institutions (108)
5-1-5 2008 run medical institutions, the Government out-patient services (109)
5-1-6 2008 institutions Polyclinic Medical emergency door and posed views (110)
5-2-1 the number of hospital clinics (111)
5-2-2 2008 in all areas of the hospital out-patient services (112)
5-2-3 2008 in all areas of government-run hospital out-patient services (113)
5-2-4 2008 in all district hospitals the number of emergency doors Polyclinic (million) (114)
Division 5-2-5 General Hospital and outpatient visits constituted (116)
5-3 a people l the number of medical institutions (million) (117)
Medical institutions 5-3-2 2008 case-patient services (118)
5-3-3 in 2008 non-profit hospital medical services (119)
5-3-4 in 2008-profit hospital medical services (120)
5-3-5 2008 run medical institutions, the Government hospital services (121)
5-3-6 2008 Medical institutions and pose a number of subjects discharged (122)
5-4-1 the number of hospital admissions (123)
5-4-2 2008 in all areas of hospital services (124)
5-4-3 2008 in all areas of government hospital services (125)
5-4-4 2008 in all district hospitals and discharged the number of subjects (126)
Medical institutions 5-5-1 2008 bed utilization (128)
5-5-2 non-profit in 2008 bed utilization of medical institutions (129)
5-5-3 profit in 2008 bed utilization of medical institutions (130)
5-5-4 2008, the Government Office of the utilization of health care beds (131)
5-6-1 use of hospital beds (132)
5-6-2 2008 in all areas of the utilization of hospital beds (133)
5-7-1 2008 Medical service quality and efficiency of institutions (134)
5-7-2 in 2008 non-profit health care service quality and efficiency (135)
5-7-3 in 2008-profit health care service quality and efficiency (136)
5-7-4 2008 run medical institutions, the Government service quality and efficiency (137)
5-8-1 2008 in all areas of quality and efficiency of hospital services (138)
5-8-2 2008 in all areas of government service quality and efficiency of hospitals (139)
5-9-1 2008 hospital doctors in all areas of work load (140)
General Hospital 5-9-2 efficiency (14l 1
  5-10 1 in 2008 patients discharged from the hospital transferred to the situation of the disease (142)
5-10-2 2008 discharged patients in urban hospitals vesting disease cases (146)
  5-10-3 County Hospital in 2008 transferred to the situation of the disease patients (150)
5 11-1 2008 discharged patients in hospitals constitute a disease for age (%) (Total) (154)
5-11-2 2008 discharged patients in hospitals constitute a disease for age (%) (M) (158)
5-11-3 2008 discharged patients in hospitals constitute a disease for age (%) (F) (162)
5-12-1 1993 survey residents attending a two-week rate (‰) (166)
5-12-2 1998 survey two weeks, local residents and non-attendance or attendance rates (167)
5-12-3 2003 survey two weeks, local residents and non-attendance or attendance rates (168)
5-12-4 2008 survey two weeks, local residents and non-attendance rates for treatment (169)
5-13-1 1998 survey of other local residents two weeks for treatment of disease rate (‰) (170)
5-13-2 2003 survey of other local residents two weeks for treatment of disease rate (‰) (171)
5-13-3 2008 survey local residents two weeks attendance rates of other diseases (‰) (172)
5-14-1 1993 residents survey hospitalization rate (‰) (173)
5-14-2 1998 residents survey hospitalization rate (‰) (174)
5-14-3 2003 residents survey hospitalization rate (‰) (175)
5-14-4 2008 residents survey hospitalization rate (‰) (176)
5-15-1 1998 survey of other areas of disease hospitalization rates (‰) (177)
5-15-2 2003 survey of other areas of disease hospitalization rates (%.) (178)
5 15-3 2008 survey of other areas of disease hospitalization rates (‰) (179)
5-16 survey 1998,2003,2008 residents frequently constitute medical units and the reasons (%) (180)
5-17 1998,2003,2008 household survey from the nearest regional medical units constitute distance and time (%) (181)
1998,2003,2008 a five-year survey of 18 medical residents constitute a security system (%) (182)
Sixth, rural and community health
     A brief description and explanation of key indicators (183)
   6-1 districts and counties and county-level cities all over the work of the hospital (185)
   6-2 districts and counties and county-level cities throughout the Maternal and Child Health Hospital (the station) work (186)
   6-3 districts and counties and county-level cities around the specialist hospital for Disease Control and Prevention (the station) for the case D (187)
   6-4 of township hospitals in institutions, beds, the number of (188)
   6-5 Polyclinic 2008 township hospitals beds, outpatient and emergency trips, the number and composition of discharged (188)
   Township hospitals 6-6-1 medical services (189)
   6-6-2 2008 township hospitals in all areas of medical services (190)
   6-7 community health services, beds, the number of (191)
   6-8 2008 Center for Community Health Services Division beds, outpatient and emergency trips, the number and composition of discharged (191)
   All regions of 6-9 community health service centers (stations) of medical services (192)
   6-10 2008 in all regions the number of family health services (193)
7, maternal and child health
     A brief description and explanation of key indicators (195)
   7-1 Monitoring the region for children under 5 years of age and maternal mortality (197)
   7-2 Monitoring the region of maternal mortality and major diseases that constitute the cause of death (197)
   Health situation of children 7-3 (198)
   7-4-1 the situation of maternal health (199)
   7-4-2 2008 in all areas of maternal health situation (200)
   7-5 Richard governance situation in women's diseases (202)
  7-6-1 the situation of family planning operation (203)
7-6-2 2008 in all areas of family planning surgery (204)
7-7-1 the situation of pre-marital health check (Total) (206)
7-7-2 the situation of pre-marital health check (M) (207)
7-7-3 the situation of pre-marital health check (female) (208)
Eight, and the people's standard of health and nutritional status
     A brief description and explanation of key indicators (209)
   8-1-1 birth rate, death rate and natural growth rate (211)
   8-1-2 all regions of the population birth rate and mortality rate (212)
   8-2-1 infant mortality and life expectancy (213)
   8-2-2 age life expectancy for men and women (213)
   8-2-3 all regions of the infant mortality rate and life expectancy (214)
   8-3-1 1993 residents survey (%。)( two-week prevalence rate of 215)
   8-3-2 1998 residents survey the prevalence rate of two weeks (216)
   8-3-3 2003 residents survey the prevalence rate of two weeks (217)
   8-3-4 2008 residents survey the prevalence rate of two weeks (218)
   8-4-1 1998 survey of other local residents a two-week prevalence rate of diseases (‰) (219)
   8-4-2 2003 survey of other local residents a two-week prevalence rate of diseases (‰) (220)
   8-4-3 2008 survey of other areas of disease prevalence rate of two weeks (%。)( 221)
   8-5 years 1998,2003,2008 residents two weeks to investigate the severity of illness (221)
   8-6-1 1993 residents survey the prevalence rate of chronic diseases (%。)( 222)
   8-6-2 1998 residents survey the prevalence rate of chronic diseases (%。)( 223)
   8-6-3 2003 residents survey the prevalence rate of chronic diseases (‰) (224)
   8-6-4 2008 residents survey the prevalence rate of chronic diseases (%。)( 225)
   8-7-1 urban children under the age of 7, the physical development of the situation (226)
   8-7-2 rural children under the age of 7, the physical development of the situation (227)
   8-7-3 the situation of physical development of young people in urban and rural areas (228)
   Urban and rural residents 8-8-1 nutrient intake per person per day (229)
   8-8-2 diet of urban and rural residents (%) (230)
   8-8-3 urban and rural residents per capita daily food intake (g) (231)
Nine, disease control and public health
   A brief description and explanation of key indicators (233)
9-1-1 Class-AB 2008 statutory report the number of infectious disease morbidity and mortality ranking (235)
9-1-2 2008 A and B the statutory reporting of infectious morbidity, mortality and the mortality rate ranking (236)
9-1-3 A and B the statutory reporting of infectious morbidity, mortality and case-fatality rate (237)
9-1-4 2008 in all areas of A and B the statutory reporting of infectious morbidity, mortality and case-fatality rate (245)
9-2 1-year-old children in the national immunization program coverage rate (%) (253)
9-3-1 2002 residents in our country the prevalence rate of hypertension (%) (253)
9-3-2 2002, China's hypertension treatment rate (%) (253)
9-4-1 mortality before the 10 malignant tumors (total) (254)
9-4-2 before 10 malignant mortality (M) (254)
9-4-3 pre-malignant mortality 10 (female) (254)
  9-4-4 mortality before the 10 malignant tumors (city) (255)
9-4-5 pre-malignant mortality 10 (rural) (255)
9-5-1 the situation of schistosomiasis control in 2008 (256)
9-5-2 in 2008 cases of schistosomiasis Oncomelania Richard (256)
9-6-1 in 2008 to combat the situation of Keshan disease (257)
9-6-2 2008 Year-Beck disease cases (257)
9-6-3 2008 endemic fluorosis in (water-based) to combat the situation (258)
9-6-4 2008 endemic fluorosis in (burning coal) to combat the situation (259)
9-6-5 endemic arsenic poisoning in 2008 (water-based) to combat the situation (259)
9-6-6 endemic arsenic poisoning in 2008 (coal-fired pollution) control the situation (259)
9-6-7 in 2008 to combat the situation of iodine deficiency disorders (260)
9-7-1农村改水situation: (261)
9-7-2 2008 cases in all areas农村改水(262)
9-7-3 all regions benefit from农村改水population proportion of the rural population (263)
9-7-4 the situation of rural lavatories (264)
10 residents injured patients the cause of death
     A brief description and explanation of key indicators (265)
   Urban 10-1-1 in 1990 and constitute the main disease mortality (267)
   Urban 10-1-2 in 1995 and constitute the main disease mortality (267)
   Urban 10-1-3 in 2000 and constitute the main disease mortality (268)
   10-l-4 for urban residents in 2008 and constitute the main disease mortality (268)
   10-1-5 2008 Greater urban mortality and major diseases that constitute a (269)
   10, a 1-6 small and medium-sized urban residents in 2008 and constitute the main disease mortality (269)
   10-2-1 urban residents in 2008 for age-specific mortality rate of disease (1 / 100,000) (Total) (270)
   10-2-2 urban residents in 2008 for age-specific mortality rate of disease (1 / 100000) (M) (274)
   10-2-3 urban residents in 2008 for age-specific mortality rate of disease (1 / 10 7Y) (F) (278)
   10 a Year 3-1 2008 urban age, disease-specific mortality rate (1 / 100,000) (Total) (282)
   10 a Year 3-2 2008 urban age, disease-specific mortality rate (1 / 10 7 /) (M) (286)
   Greater urban 10-3-3 2008 disease-specific mortality rate for age (1 / 100000) (F) (290)
   Small and medium-sized urban 10-4-1 in 2008 age-specific disease-specific mortality rate (1 / 100,000) (Total) (294)
   Small and medium-sized urban 10-4-2 in 2008 age-specific disease-specific mortality rate (1 / 100000) (M) (298)
   Small and medium-sized urban 10-4-3 in 2008 age-specific disease-specific mortality rate (1 / 100000) (F) (302)
   10-5-1 1990 residents in rural areas constitute the main disease and mortality (306)
   10-5-2 1995 residents in rural areas constitute the main disease and mortality (306)
   10-5-3 2000 residents in rural areas constitute the main disease and mortality (307)
   10-5-4 2008 residents in rural areas constitute the main disease and mortality (307)
   10-6-1 2008 residents in rural areas age-specific disease-specific mortality rate (1 / 100,000) (Total) (308)
   10-6-2 2008 residents in rural areas age-specific disease-specific mortality rate (1 / 100000) (M) (312)
   10-6-3 2008 residents in rural areas age-specific disease-specific mortality rate (1 / 100000) (F) (316)
11, health monitoring
     A brief description and explanation of key indicators (321)
   11-1 2008 years of construction project health review (323)
   Health Food 11-2-1 2008 units being supervised situation (323)
   Food 11-2-2 2008 regular units of production and operation situation supervision and monitoring (324)
   11-2-3 2008 Food sampling monitoring (324)
   11-2-4 2008 Food Health Inspection punishment cases (cases) (325)
   11-3-1 2008 Public health units have been monitoring the situation (326)
   11-3-2 2008 regular place in public health supervision and monitoring the situation (326)
   11-3-3 2008 Public health monitoring punishment cases (cases) (327)
   Drinking water health 11-4-1 in 2008 (water) has been monitoring the situation unit (328)
   Drinking water health 11-4-2 in 2008 (wading products) have been monitoring the situation unit (328)
   11-4-3 2008 regular health monitoring of drinking water monitoring (328)
   11-4-4 wading sampling in 2008 to monitor the situation (328)
   11-4-5 in 2008 cases of drinking water health supervision Punishment (pieces) (329)
   Cosmetics 11-5-1 in 2008 the situation has been monitoring unit (330)
   Cosmetics 11-5-2 2008 regular monitoring of health supervision (330)
   1l cosmetics in 2008 a 5-3 penalty cases health supervision (cases) (331)
   11-6-1 disinfection products in 2008 was monitoring the situation unit (332)
   Product in 2008 sterile 11-6-2 regular monitoring of health supervision (332)
   11-7-1 2008 Occupational Health and technical agencies have been monitoring the situation unit (333)
   11-7-2 2008 by the Occupational Health situation monitoring unit (334)
   11-7-3 2008 supervision of the Occupational Health and punishment (pieces) (336)
   Radiation Health and 11-8-1 in 2008 the situation has been monitoring unit (338)
   11-8-2 in 2008 cases of radiation health supervision Punishment (pieces) (339)
   11-9 2008 Medical health supervision punishment (340)
   1l-10 2008 cases of blood collection and supply of health supervision Punishment (pieces) (342)
   11-11 in 2008 cases of infectious disease prevention and treatment monitoring Punishment (pieces) (343)
12, medical security system
   A brief description and explanation of key indicators (345)
12-1 of new rural cooperative medical condition (347)
12-2 2008 from all areas of new rural cooperative medical condition (347)
12-3 of urban residents and the situation of basic medical insurance (348)
12-4 fertility insurance (349)
12-5 circumstances the civil affairs department of medical assistance (3501
13, population indicators
   A brief description and explanation of key indicators (351)
   Population and constitute 13-1 (353)
   The basic situation of the population 13-2 (354)
   13-3 of the total population of the region (million) (355)
   13-4 regional cities and counties of the population and urban and rural population (356)
   13-5 population of all ages (357)
   13-6 of the population age structure (358)
   13-7 ratio of the regional population density and the dependency ratio (359)
   13-8 enrollment, admissions rates per 100,000 population and the number of students in school (360)
   13-9 of the region's illiterate population and the illiteracy rate (361)
Appendix I The main socio-economic indicators
     A brief description and explanation of key indicators (363)
   Appendix 1-1-1 national administrative division (by the end of 2008) (365)
   Appendix 1-1-2 the situation of urban and rural grass-roots organizations (366)
   Appendix 1-2 I l GDP and financial revenue and expenditure (367)
   Appendix 1-2-2 2008 in all areas of revenue and expenditure and GDP (368)
   Appendix 1-3 price index (previous year = 100) (369)
   Appendix 1-4 Employment and wages (370)
   Appendix 1-5 poverty of rural residents (370)
   Appendix 1-6-1 of family income and expenditure of urban and rural residents (371)
   Appendix 1-6-2 of urban and rural residents of the district revenues and expenditures of a family (372)
   Standard of urban facilities in Appendix 1-7 (373)
Annex II countries in the world health situation
     A brief description and explanation of key indicators (375)
   Appendix 2-1 deaths and disease burden (376)
   Appendix 2-2 5-year-old child mortality rate (384)
   Appendix 2-3 Health service coverage (392)
   Appendix 2-4 environmental risk factors (396)
   Appendix 2-5 Health Resources (404)
   Appendix 2-6 Health Financing (408)
   Appendix 2-7 Population and socio-economic (416)
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