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41 INVESTING IN THE CHILDREN OF THE ISLAMIC WORLD Statistical table 2: Healthy lives % of population (2002) using: Countries and territories Afghanistan Albania Algeria Azerbaijan Bahrain Bangladesh Benin Brunei Darussalam Burkina Faso Cameroon Chad Comoros Côte d’Ivoire Djibouti Egypt Gabon Gambia Guinea Guinea-Bissau Guyana Indonesia Iran (Islamic Republic of) Iraq Jordan Kazakhstan Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lebanon Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Malaysia Maldives Mali Mauritania Morocco Mozambique Niger Nigeria Occupied Palestinian Territory Oman Pakistan Qatar Saudi Arabia Senegal Sierra Leone Somalia Sudan Suriname Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Togo Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Uganda United Arab Emirates Uzbekistan Yemen Regional summaries African OIC Arab OIC Asian/other OIC Total OIC Developing countries Least developed countries World improved drinking water sources 13 97 87 77 – 75 68 – 51 63 34 94 84 80 98 87 82 51 59 83 78 93 81 91 86 – 76 100 72 95 84 48 56 80 42 46 60 94 79 90 100 – 72 57 29 69 92 79 58 51 82 93 71 56 – 89 69 58 83 81 77 79 58 83 % of under-fives (1995–2003*) suffering from: % of children % of immunized (2003) (1995–2003*) 1-year-old-children adequate exclusively underweight stunting sanitation breastfed (moderate (moderate facilities (<6 months) & severe) & severe) DPT3 measles 8 – 48 52 54 50 89 6 14 32 97 93 92 13 6 18 87 84 55 7 7 13 97 98 – 34 k 9 10 97 99 48 46 48 45 85 77 32 38 23 31 88 83 – – – – 99 99 12 6 34 37 84 76 48 12 21 35 73 61 8 10 28 29 47 61 23 21 25 42 75 63 40 10 21 25 54 56 50 – 18 26 68 66 68 30 9 16 98 98 36 6 12 21 38 55 53 26 17 19 90 90 13 11 23 26 45 52 34 37 25 30 77 61 70 11 14 11 90 89 52 40 26 – 70 72 84 44 11 15 99 99 80 12 16 22 81 90 93 27 4 9 97 96 72 36 4 10 99 99 – 12 k 10 24 99 97 60 24 11 25 98 99 98 27 k 3 12 92 96 97 – 5 15 93 91 – 29 k 12 – 96 92 58 10 30 25 98 96 45 25 33 38 69 68 42 20 32 35 76 71 61 66 k 9 24 91 90 27 30 24 41 72 77 12 1 40 40 52 64 38 17 29 38 25 35 76 29 k 4 9 98 99 89 – 24 23 99 98 54 16 k 38 37 67 61 100 12 k 6 8 92 93 – 31 k 14 20 95 96 52 24 k 23 25 73 60 39 4 27 34 70 73 25 9 26 23 40 40 34 16 17 – 50 57 93 9 13 10 74 71 77 81 k 7 18 99 98 53 14 – 36 82 89 34 18 25 22 64 58 80 46 4 12 95 90 83 7 8 16 68 75 62 13 12 22 98 97 41 63 23 39 81 82 100 34 k 14 17 94 94 57 19 8 21 98 99 30 18 46 53 66 66 35 68 58 55 49 35 58 22 28 30 27 38 33 37 27 15 31 26 27 36 27 36 22 34 32 31 42 31 51 82 76 70 76 68 78 55 83 74 71 75 67 77 Maternal mortality ratio Antenatal care coverage (%) (1995– 2003*) 37 95 81 66 97 40 81 100 x 73 75 42 74 88 67 69 94 91 71 62 81 92 77 77 99 91 95 97 87 81 – 81 57 64 68 76 41 58 96 100 43 94 x 90 79 68 32 60 91 71 71 73 92 68 98 92 97 97 45 Skilled attendant at delivery (%) (1995– 2003*) 14 94 92 84 98 14 66 99 31 60 16 62 63 61 69 86 55 35 35 86 68 90 72 100 99 98 98 89 94 97 70 41 57 40 48 16 35 97 95 23 98 91 58 42 34 86 x 85 76 x 71 49 90 81 97 39 96 96 22 67 69 61 64 70 56 70 39 66 47 48 59 32 62 reported (1985 – 2003*) 1600 20 140 25 46 380 500 0 480 430 830 520 600 74 84 520 730 530 910 190 310 37 290 41 50 5 44 100 x 77 50 140 580 750 230 1100 590 – – 23 530 10 – 560 1800 – 550 150 65 45 480 69 130 x 9 510 3 34 350 – – – – – – – adjusted (2000) 1900 55 140 94 28 380 850 37 1000 730 1100 480 690 730 84 420 540 740 1100 170 230 76 250 41 210 5 110 150 97 41 110 1200 1000 220 1000 1600 800 100 87 500 140 23 690 2000 1100 590 110 160 100 570 120 70 31 880 54 24 570 Lifetime risk of maternal death (1 in:) 6 610 190 520 1200 59 17 830 12 23 11 33 25 19 310 37 31 18 13 200 150 370 65 450 190 6000 290 240 240 660 140 10 14 120 14 7 18 140 170 31 170 610 22 6 10 30 340 130 250 26 320 480 790 13 500 1300 19 910 300 380 510 440 890 400 15 68 64 41 61 17 74 Notes: * Data refer to the most recent year available during the period specified in the column heading – Data not available.

42 UNICEF, ‘Combating Sexual Exploitation and Abuse of Children: Let the real work begin’ (press release), 14 Dec. 2004.

Malaysia 12. Niger 12. Morocco 12. Maldives 13. Nigeria 13. Oman 13. Pakistan 14. Senegal 14. Occupied Palestinian Territory 14. Suriname 15. Sierra Leone 15. Qatar 15. Tajikistan 16. Togo 16. Saudi Arabia 16. Turkey 17. Uganda 17. Somalia 17. Turkmenistan 18. Sudan 18. Uzbekistan 19. Syrian Arab Republic 20. Tunisia 21. United Arab Emirates 22. Yemen UNICEF/HQ04-1093/Claire Stout African members 35 INVESTING IN THE CHILDREN OF THE ISLAMIC WORLD Annex 2: Status of National Plans of Action (NPAs) and other follow-ups to the Special Session on Children Country Afghanistan Albania Algeria Azerbaijan Bahrain Bangladesh Benin Burkina Faso Cameroon Chad Comoros Côte d’Ivoire Djibouti Egypt Gambia Guinea Guinea-Bissau Guyana Indonesia Iran (Islamic Republic of) Iraq NPA in place New NPA in process or foreseen Existing NPA under revision Foreseen Poverty Reduction Strategy Foreseen In process Foreseen In process In process New NPA completed In process In process Foreseen New NPA completed Jordan New NPA completed Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Lebanon Malaysia Maldives Mali Mauritania Morocco New NPA completed New NPA completed Foreseen Existing NPA (in process) In process In process Existing NPA under revision In process In process In process In process New NPA completed National Development Plan Poverty Reduction Strategy Poverty Reduction Strategy New NPA completed New NPA completed SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Foreseen National Development Plan; Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/ Sectoral Policies Uganda Uzbekistan Yemen Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Annual Budget; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies National Development Plan; Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/ Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies National Development Plan National Development Plan; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies National Development Plan New NPA completed Togo Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Poverty Reduction Strategy SWAPs/Sectoral Policies National Development Plan; Annual Budget National Development Plan; Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/ Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Senegal Sierra Leone Sudan Suriname Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies National Development Plan; Poverty Reduction Strategy SWAPs/Sectoral Policies National Development Plan In process Mozambique Niger Nigeria Oman Pakistan Qatar Saudi Arabia Other Special Session follow-up National Development Plan Poverty Reduction Strategy; SWAPs/Sectoral Policies Existing NPA under revision Foreseen National Development Plan; Poverty Reduction Strategy Data not available: Brunei Darussalam, Gabon, Kuwait, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Somalia, United Arab Emirates.

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