Key Health Indicators

INDICATORS

Indicator Value (2016/17)

Source

Maternal and Child Health Program

Maternal Mortality Ratio/100, 000 Live Births (LB)

210

DHS 2014/2015

Neonatal Mortality Rate/1000 live births

20

DHS 2014/2015

Infant Mortality Rate/1000 live births

32

DHS 2014/2015

Under-five Mortality Rate/1000 live births

50

DHS 2014/2015

Percentage of births attended by skilled health professionals

91

DHS 2014/2015

ANC coverage (4 standards visits)

44

DHS 2014/2015

Percentage of New-borns with at least one PNC visit within the first two days of birth

19

DHS 2014/2015

Modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR)

48

DHS 2014/2015

Unmet need for Family Planning

19

DHS 2014/2015

Percentage of Children 12-23 months fully immunized

93

DHS 2014/2015

Percentage of Exclusive Breastfeeding for under 6 months babies

87

DHS 2014/2015

Prevalence of malnutrition (Stunting) among Children under five 

38

DHS 2014/2015

Teenage pregnancy rate (15-19 years)

7.3

DHS 2014/2015

Adolescent birth rate (aged 10-14 years; aged 15-19 years) per 1,000 women in that age group

5.5

DHS 2014/2015

Proportion of children with diarrhoea receiving oral rehydration solution (ORS)

12

DHS 2014/2015

 

Diseases Prevention and Control

HIV prevalence among people aged 15–49 years

3

Annual Statistical Booklet 2016

Proportion of persons diagnosed with HIV infection receiving sustained ART

82.7

Annual Statistical Booklet 2016

HIV incidence/1000 population

2.7

Annual Statistical Booklet 2016

Percentage of infants born to HIV + mothers free from HIV by 18 months

95

Annual Statistical Booklet 2016

TB incidence per 100,000 population

58

WHO Global TB Report 2016

TB treatment coverage rate

84

Annual Statistical Booklet 2016

Treatment success rate for all forms of TB cases (DS & DR-TB cases)

85%

Annual Statistical Booklet

Proportion Households with at least one LLIN

81

DHS 2014/2015

Malaria incidence per 1,000 population

308

HMIS, WHO Global Malaria Report 2016

Malaria proportional mortality rate

5.7

Annual Statistical Booklet

Proportion of children under five years old who slept under a LLIN the previous night

80

DHS 2014/2015

Percentage of NCD combined high risk factors in the population aged between 15-64 years

16.4

STEP Survey 2014

Cataract Surgical Rate (number of cataract surgeries per million population per year)

400

HMIS 2016

Age-standardized prevalence of current tobacco use among persons aged 15 years and older (outcome)

12.9

DHS 2014/2015 and STEP Survey 2014

Age-standardized prevalence of overweight and obesity in persons aged 18+ years (defined as body mass index ? 25 kg/m² for overweight and body mass index ? 30 kg/m² for obesity)

17.1%

STEP Survey 2014

 

Health System Strenghthening

Life expectancy at Birth (years)

66.6

NISR 2017

GNI per capita (in US dollars)

726

MINECOFIN 2016

Total expenditure on health per capita (in US dollars)

53

HRTT Report 2014/2015

Average time to walk to a nearby HF (in minutes)

56.5

EICV 2013/2014

Out of pocket as percentage of the total health expenditure

0,08

EICV 2013/2014

Ratio ground ambulance / population

1/50,505

Annual Statistical Booklet 2016

Doctor/population ratio (General practitioners and Specialists as well)

1/10,055

RMDC  Statistics 2016

Nurse/population ratio

1/1,094

NCNM statistics 2016

Midwife/population ratio (women aged from 15-49)

1/ 4,064

NCNM statistics 2016

Pharmacist /population ratio

1/ 16,871

NPC statistics 2016

Laboratory technicians /population ratio

1/ 10,500

RAHPC statistics 2016

Infant and Maternal Mortality

 

Infant (IMR) and Under-five Mortality Rates (U5MR), Source Rwanda Demographic & Health Surveys

Maternal mortality, Source: Rwanda Demographic & Health Surveys

 

Maternal Health Indicators:

Percentage of women received ANC, delivery assisted by skilled provider, and delivered in a health facility. Source: Rwanda Demographic & Health Surveys

Family Planning:

Percent of married women using different contraceptive methods. Source: Rwanda Demographic & Health Surveys

 

Vaccinations: Percent of children 12-23 months fully vaccinated, Source: Rwanda Demographic & Health Surveys

Other Health Indicators

Nutrition: Percent of under 5 year old children with stunting, wasting and underweight (Source: Rwanda Demographic & Health Surveys)

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