2 edition of Health statistics of Afghanistan found in the catalog.
Health statistics of Afghanistan
by Democratic Republic of Afghanistan, Ministry of Public Health Presidency of Planning & Finance in Kabul
Written in English
|Other titles||Iḥṣāʼīyahʹha-yi ṣahī-i Afghānistān|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2002/58543|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viv, 75 p.|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||97936210|
The Afghanistan National Survey on Mental Health – showed that percent of the adult population in the country was suffering from mental health disorders and estimated to be significantly higher since the cycle of violence and trauma has continued for a further decade. The decades of war destroyed Afghanistan's already-poor health care system. Most medical professionals left the country by , and all medical training programs ceased. In , there were 11 physicians and 18 nurses per , population, and the per capita health expenditure was $28 US dollars. The nation had one medical facility for every.
7/30/ - Marriage and Divorce Statistics Report. The report was updated with data. 7/15/ - The Reproductive Health Outcomes dataset in EDDIE was updated with data. 7/14/ - Pennsylvania Vital Statistics reports were updated with data. 6/25/ - The Infant Death datasets in EDDIE were updated with g: Afghanistan. Afghanistan has one of the worst healthcare systems in the world, with many having little or no access to medical treatment. Years of civil war have devastated the healthcare infrastructure, and.
Rebuilding mental health in Afghanistan. Community psychologist Ken Miller is coordinating a team effort to measure mental health distress and resilience among Afghans in the impoverished, war-torn country. By MELISSA DITTMANN. Monitor Staff December , No. Print version: page Get this from a library! Report on the Training Centre on Vital and Health Statistics, held in Kabul, Afghanistan, from 13 September to 24 October by the Government of Afghanistan [and] the World Health Organization with the co-operation of the .
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InAfghanistan launched its first-ever nationwide effort to gather comprehensive demographic and health information of its citizens. The Demographic and Health Survey will provide rigorous data on fertility levels, marriage rates, awareness and use of family planning methods, breastfeeding practices, nutritional status of mothers and.
Health Information System Assessment: country report Afghanistan May Page 5 of 64 1. Background In the Ministry of Public Health began a process to determine the major issues in. From the beginning ofuntil Maymeasles outbreaks (2, cases and 12 deaths) were reported in 31 provinces.
(iv) The tuberculosis-related mortality rate is estimated at 42 perpopulation. (v) Afghanistan Health statistics of Afghanistan book endemic for cutaneous and visceral leishmaniasis, as well as blinding trachoma.
34, Gross national income per capita (PPP international $, ) 2, Life expectancy at birth m/f (years, ) 61/ Probability of dying under five (per 1 live births, ) Probability of dying between 15 and 60 years m/f (per 1 population, ) / Afghanistan. The continued war and conflict in Afghanistan have led to health workers’ severe shortage mainly caused by out-migration, poor and unequal distribution in rural compared with urban settings, and lack of capacities for formal development of professional cadres.
Afghanistan statistical yearbook =سالنامه احصائیوی “Statistics year book”—back cover. /بعضی شماره ها به لسانهای دری اوانگلیسی نشر شده است /نشریه سال س.
Yet Afghanistan remains one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a baby, a child or a mother and access to a hospital or health facility is Health statistics of Afghanistan book the reach of most.
The country has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the world and thousands of Afghan women die every year from pregnancy-related causes, a majority of which.
Key demographic indicators for Afghanistan: Under-Five Mortality Rate, Population. Here are some key numbers and statistics behind what some have dubbed the United States’ “Forever War.” Number of years since the United States first invaded Afghanistan.
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When one considers the most frequently cited health statistics in Afghanistan - infant mortality (/ live births/year), maternal mortality (/, live births/year) and life expectancy.
Afghanistan; Health; Definitions. Birth rate > Crude > Per 1, people: Crude birth rate indicates the number of live births occurring during the year, per 1, population estimated at midyear. Subtracting the crude death rate from the crude birth rate provides the rate of natural increase, which is equal to the population growth rate in the.
Selected Financial Burdens of Health Care Among Families With Older Adults, by Family Composition: United States, – pdf icon NHSR No. (7/15/) State Teen Birth Rates by Race and Hispanic Origin: United States, – pdf icon NVSR Vol No.
6 (7/10/). Afghanistan’s age distribution consequently shows that a large share of the population is young. InAfghanistan was listed at out of states on the Human Development Index. Improving health and nutrition in Afghanistan. After almost 10 years, we made the challenging decision to close our office in Afghanistan.
With exceptional commitment and the highest caliber of effort, our team made a difference in the lives of some of the most vulnerable populations in. Even with this help, Government of Afghanistan still faces number of challenges, including low revenue collection, anemic job creation, high levels of corruption, weak government capacity, and poor public infrastructure.
In Afghanistan's growth rate was only marginally above that of the average. This is in no way a comprehensive list of books or films about Afghanistan, or even everything that I have read, but it's a good start for anyone who wants to learn more. Here are my picks: 1) The Taliban by Ahmed Rashid: originally written inthe author, a long time reporter on the country, updated the book in With % of the population infected, the country has one of the highest rates of hepatitis C virus infection in the world.
SinceCDC has worked with GoP to establish a viral hepatitis surveillance system based in the four provinces and capital of Pakistan, which became operational in Let’s discuss the next book, by David Edwards. As you mentioned, he is also an anthropologist.
David Edwards wrote two books. The first book, Heroes of the Age, looks at the competition within Afghanistan between tribe, state and Islam.I remember I finished this book flying from Herat to Mazar-e-Sharif in the summer of.
The Afghanistan Demographic and Health Survey ( AfDHS) was implemented by the Central. Statistics Organization and the Ministry of Public Health from J to Febru The funding for the AfDHS was provided by the United States .The latest issues include Health at a Glance: Latin America and the CaribbeanHealth at a Glance OECD Indicators, Health at a Glance: Europe - State of Health in the EU Cycle and Health at a Glance: Asia/Pacific Access the PDF versions or web books for those publications, and the full data sets through StatLinks, free of.
After 23 years of conflict and political instability, a collapsed economy, and three years of severe drought, Afghanistan's health system is among the very poorest in the world.