U5MR

(redirected from Under Five Mortality Rate)
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U5MRUnder Five Mortality Rate
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Mongolia, Brunei and Thailand have under five mortality rate of 17, 11 and 10 per thousand respectively.
He said that the programmes launched for the maternal and neonatal healthcare will ensure progress towards achieving the millennium development goals (MDGs) in maternal and infant health, whereas, the specific objectives of these programmes are to reduce the under five mortality rate to less than 65 per thousand live births by this year target 2015:45/1000, to reduce the newborn mortality rate to less than 40 per thousand live births target 40/1000, than 55 per thousand live births by the current year target 40/1000, to reduce maternal mortality ratio to 200 per ten thousand live births by this year target 140/10000 and to increase the proportion of deliveries attended by the skilled birth attendants at home or in health facilities to 90 percent by 2015, he concluded.
He said that at present under five mortality rate present is 94/1000 and it will be reduced 45 till 2015(MDGs Target), new born mortality rate is 54/1000 and it would be reduced upto 25 by year 2015, whereas, infant mortality rate is 77/1000 which would be reduced 40 uptill 2015.
He said that at present under five mortality rate present is 94/1000 and it would be reduced 45 till 2015(MDGs Target), new born mortality rate was 54/1000 and it would be reduced up to 25 by year 2015, whereas, infant mortality rate is 77/1000 which would be reduced 40 up till 2015.
Well-equipped Public Health Centers (PHCs) manned by doctors and well trained staff is one of the key strategies inter-alia to reduce Under Five Mortality Rate (U5MR).
Mujtaba Shuja ur Rehman told that the specific objectives of the programmes launched by the provincial and federal government are to reduce the under five mortality rate to target 2015:45/1000, to reduce the newborn mortality rate to less than 40 per thousand live births target 40/1000, to reduce maternal mortality ratio to 140/10000 and to increase the proportion of deliveries attended by the skilled birth attendants at home or in health facilities to 90 percent by 2015.
She said that the programmes launched for the maternal and neonatal healthcare will ensure progress towards achieving the millennium development goals (MDGs) in maternal and infant health, whereas, the specific objectives of these programmes are to reduce the under five mortality rate to less than 65 per thousand live births by the year 2011 target 2015:45/1000, to reduce the newborn mortality rate to less than 40 per thousand live births target 40/1000, than 55 per thousand live births by the year 2011 target 40/1000, to reduce maternal mortality ratio to 200 per ten thousand live births by the year 2011 target 140/10000 and to increase the proportion of deliveries attended by the skilled birth attendants at home or in health facilities to 90 percent by 2015, she added.
We are hoping that Nigeria will join other 14 countries that have halved the under five mortality rate.
She said that at present under five mortality rate present is 94/1000 and it will be reduced 65 by 2011 and 45 till 2015(MDGs Target), new born mortality rate is 54/1000 and it would be reduced upto 40 and 25 by years 2011 and 2015 respectively.
He said that at present under five mortality rate present is 94/1000 and it will be reduced 45 till 2015(MDGs Target), new born mortality rate is 54/1000 and it would be reduced up to 25 by year 2015, whereas, infant mortality rate is 77/1000 which would be reduced 40 up till 2015.
said that the programmes launched for the maternal and neonatal healthcare will ensure progress towards achieving the millennium development goals (MDGs) in maternal and infant health, whereas, the specific objectives of these programmes are to reduce the under five mortality rate to less than 65 per thousand live births by the year 2011 target 2015; 45/1000 to reduce the newborn mortality rate to less than 40 per thousand live births target 40/1000, than 55 per thousand live births by the year 2011 target 140/10000 and to increase the proportion of deliveries attended by the skilled birth attendants at home or in health facilities to 90 percent by 2015.
Specific objectives are to reduce the under five mortality rate to less than 65 per thousand live births by the year 2011 target 2015:45/1000, to reduce the newborn mortality rate to less than 40 per thousand live births target 40/1000 than 55 per thousand live births by the year 2011 to reduce maternal mortality ratio to 200 per ten thousand live births by the year 2011 target 140/10000 and to increase the proportion of deliveries attended by the skilled birth attendants at home or in health facilities to 90 percent by 2015, it concluded.