Maternal & Child Health

 

Maternal & ChildHealth Care
Performance – Western Province 2014
  
 Indicators WP
1 %
of eligible families registered
88.4
2 %
of pregnant mothers registered
100.2
3 % pregnant mothers registered before 8 weeks 70.8
4 % of teenage pregnant mothers ( <19years) registered 4.3
5 % of mothers with gravida 5 or more registered 1.9
6 % of pregnant mothers protected for Rubella 100.5
7 % of deliveries reported (Estimated Births) 96.2
8 % of mothers delivered by LSCS 37.8
9 %
of mothers protected for Tetanus at the time of delivery
100
10 %
of mothers tested for VDRL at the time of delivery
98.7
11 %
of pregnant mothers with antenatal morbidities
23.4
12 %
of live births reported (Estimated births)
101
13 %
of Low Birth Weight
11
14 % of pregnant mothers received at least 1 postpartum visit during 1st
10 days (Estimated Births)
84.8
15 % of postpartum visits by PHM around 42 days (Deliveries Reported) 70.8
16 % postpartum morbidities 10.3
17 %
of infants registered
100.7
18 %
of infants weighed
87.2
19 %
moderately underweight infants
4.5
20 %
severely underweight infants
0.9
Indicators WP
21 Infant mortality rate 7.6
22 % of young children weighed (1-2yrs) 76.4
23 %
moderately underweight young children (1-2 year)
10
24 % severely underweight young children (1-2 year) 2.4
25 % of preschoolers weighed (2-5yrs) 65.8
26 %
moderately underweight preschoolers (2-5yrs)
13.3
27 %
severely underweight preschoolers (2-5yrs)
3.2
28 %
of preschoolers (2-5yrs) overweight (>+2SD
0.14
29 %
of modern FP users
53.8
30 %
of traditional methods users
12.3
31 % of eligible couples with unmet need of family planning 7.9
32 % of eligible couples with sub fertility 3.7
33 %
of pregnant mothers whose BMI measured
78.8
34 % of pregnant mothers with BMI < 18.5 16.2
35 %
35-year age cohort coverage with Pap smears (out of 1% of population)
36