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INDICATORS FOR GLOBAL REPORTING
Definitions of Indicators for Global Reporting
GOAL NUMBER / INDICATORNUMERATORDENOMINATORWorld Summit for Children End-Decade Indicators1Under-five Mortality RateProbability of dying by exact age 5 years1Infant Mortality Rate1Probability of dying by exact age 1 year2Maternal Mortality RatioNumber of deaths of women from pregnancy-related causes in a given yearNumber of live births in the year (expressed per 100,000 births)3Underweight prevalenceNumber of children under-five years of age who fall below -2 standard deviations (SDs) from the median weight-for-age of the NCHS/WHO standard (moderate and severe); number who fall below -3 SDs (severe)Total number of children under five years of age weighed3Stunting prevalence Number of children under-five years of age who fall below -2 standard deviations (SDs) from the median height-for-age of the NCHS/WHO standard (moderate and severe); number who fall below -3 SDs (severe)Total number of children under five years of age measured3Wasting prevalenceNumber of children under-five years of age who fall below -2 standard deviations (SDs) from the median weight-for-height of the NCHS/WHO standard (moderate and severe); number who fall below -3 SDs (severe)Total number of children under five years of age measured
Definitions of Indicators for Global Reporting (cont.)
GOAL NUMBER / INDICATORNUMERATORDENOMINATORWorld Summit for Children End-Decade Indicators4Use of safe drinking water Number of household residents in defined safe categories of drinking waterTotal number of household residents6 surveyed5Use of sanitary means of excreta disposalNumber of household residents in defined safe categories of sanitary facilityTotal number of household residents surveyed6Children reaching grade fiveProportion of children entering first grade of primary school who eventually reach grade 56Net primary school attendance rateNumber of children of primary-school age currently attending primary schoolTotal number of children of primary-school age surveyed6Proportion entering primary schoolNumber of children of school-entry age who are currently attending grade 1Total number of children of primary-school entry age surveyed7Adult literacy rateNumber of household residents age 15 and over who are able to read a letter or newspaperTotal number of household residents aged 15 years and over surveyed
Definitions of Indicators for Global Reporting (cont.)
GOAL NUMBER / INDICATORNUMERATORDENOMINATORWorld Summit for Children End-Decade Indicators10Contraceptive prevalenceNumber of women aged 15- 49 years (currently married or in union) who are using a contraceptive methodTotal number of women aged 15-49 years who are currently married or in union surveyed11Antenatal careNumber of women 15-49 attended during pregnancy by skilled health personnelTotal number of women surveyed aged 15-49 years with a birth in previous year11Childbirth careNumber of women 15-49 attended during childbirth by skilled health personnelTotal number of women surveyed aged 15-49 years with a birth in previous year12Low Birth Weight Number of births in year preceding survey weighing below 2500 gramsNumber of births in year preceding survey (to women surveyed)14Iodized salt consumptionNumber of households with salt testing 15 ppm or more of iodine/iodateTotal number of households surveyed15Children receiving vitamin A supplementsNumber of children aged 6-59 months with correct timing of last high dose vitamin A supplementNumber of children aged 6-59 months surveyed
Definitions of Indicators for Global Reporting (cont.)
GOAL NUMBER / INDICATORNUMERATORDENOMINATORWorld Summit for Children End-Decade Indicators15Mothers receiving vitamin A supplementsNumber of women who gave birth in year preceding survey who received a high dose vitamin A supplement within 8 weeks after birthTotal number of women who gave birth in the year preceding survey15Children with night blindnessNumber of children 24-59 months of age with night blindnessTotal number of children aged 24-59 months surveyed15Night blindness in pregnant womenNumber of women who gave birth in year preceding survey who had night blindness while pregnant with last childTotal number of women who gave birth in year preceding survey16Exclusive BreastfeedingNumber of infants less than 4 months of age exclusively breastfedTotal number of infants 0-3 months old surveyed16Continued breastfeeding at 12-15 months and at 20-23 monthsNumber infants 12-15 months, 20-23 months still breastfeedingTotal number of children aged 12-15 months; children aged 20-23-months surveyed
Definitions of Indicators for Global Reporting (cont.)
GOAL NUMBER / INDICATORNUMERATORDENOMINATORWorld Summit for Children End-Decade Indicators16Timely complementary feedingNumber of infants 6-9 months old receiving breast milk and complementary foodsTotal number of infants 6-9 months old surveyed22Tuberculosis immunization coverageNumber of 12-23-month-olds receiving BCG vaccine before 1st birthdayTotal number of children aged 12-23 months surveyed22DPT immunization coverageNumber of 12-23-month-olds receiving DPT3 vaccine before first birthdayTotal number of children aged 12-23 months surveyed22Polio immunization coverageNumber of 12-23-month-olds receiving OPV3 vaccine before first birthdayTotal number of children aged 12-23 months surveyed22Measles immunization coverageNumber of 12-23-month-olds receiving measles vaccine before first birthdayTotal number of children aged 12-23 months surveyed22Children protected against neonatal tetanus Number of mothers of 0-11-month-olds with at least two doses of TT within appropriate intervalTotal number of mothers of under-one-year-olds surveyed 23ORT use Number of diarrhoea cases among children 0-59 months in 2 weeks before survey who received ORT and/or recommended home fluidsTotal number of diarrhoea cases among children under five years of age in two weeks preceding surveyDefinitions of Indicators for Global Reporting (cont.)
GOAL NUMBER / INDICATORNUMERATORDENOMINATORWorld Summit for Children End-Decade Indicators23Home management of diarrhoeaNumber of diarrhoea cases among children aged 0-59 months taking more fluids AND continued eating somewhat less, the same or more foodTotal number of diarrhoea cases among children under five years of age in two weeks preceding survey24Care seeking for acuterespiratory infectionsNumber of children 0-59 months who had respiratory infection needing assessment and were taken to an appropriate health providerTotal number of children 0-59 months who had respiratory illness needing assessment26Preschool developmentNumber of children 36-59 months who attend some form of early childhood education programmeTotal number of children aged 36-59 months surveyed
Additional Indicators for Monitoring Childrens RightsCR-1Birth registrationNumber of children 0-59 months whose births are reported registeredTotal number of children aged 0-59 months surveyedCR-2Childrens living arrangementsNumber of children 0-14 years not living with a biological parentTotal number of children aged 0-14 years surveyed
Definitions of Indicators for Global Reporting (cont.)
GOAL NUMBER / INDICATORNUMERATORDENOMINATORAdditional Indicators for Monitoring Childrens RightsCR-3Orphans in householdsNumber of children 0-14 years who are orphansTotal number of children aged 0-14 years surveyedCR-4Child labourNumber of children 5-14 years who are currently workingTotal number of children aged 5-14 years surveyed
IMCI Indicators (Under-fives)IMCI-1Home management of illnessNumber of children 0-59 months old with illness in previous 2 weeks who received proper home management of their illnessTotal number of children aged 0-59 months reported with any illness in preceding 2 weeksIMCI-2Care seeking knowledgeNumber of caretakers of children age 0-59 months who know at least 2 signs for seeking care immediatelyTotal number of caretakers of children aged 0-59 months surveyedIMCI-3Use of impregnated bednetsNumber of children aged 0-59 months who slept under an impregnated bednet on the previous nightTotal number of children 0-59 months surveyed
Definitions of Indicators for Global Reporting (cont.)
GOAL NUMBER / INDICATORNUMERATORDENOMINATORIMCI Indicators (Under-fives)IMCI-4Malaria treatmentNumber of children under-five reported to have fever in previous 2 weeks who were treated with an appropriate anti-malarialTotal number of children aged 0-59 months reported to have fever in previous two weeks
Indicators for Monitoring HIV/AIDS (Women 15-49)HIV-1Knowledge of preventing HIV/AIDSNumber of women who correctly state all 3 ways of avoiding HIV infection Total number of women aged 15-49 years surveyed HIV-2Knowledge of misconceptions of HIV/AIDSNumber of women who correctly identify all 3 misconceptions about HIV/AIDSTotal number of women surveyedHIV-3Knowledge of mother-to-child transmission of HIVNumber of women who correctly identify all 3 means of vertical transmissionTotal number of women surveyedHIV-4Attitude to people with HIV/AIDSNumber of women expressing a discriminatory attitude towards people with HIV or AIDSTotal number of women surveyed
Definitions of Indicators for Global Reporting (cont.)
GOAL NUMBER / INDICATORNUMERATORDENOMINATORIndicators for Monitoring HIV/AIDS (Women 15-49)HIV-5Women who know where to be tested for HIVNumber of women who state knowledge of a place to be testedTotal number of women surveyedHIV-6Women who have been tested for HIVNumber of women who report being tested for HIVTotal number of women surveyedHIV-7Adolescent sexual behaviourMedian age at first pregnancy
The under-five and infant mortality rates are obtained via a calculation (for which a software program is available) which uses as input a table on numbers of women, children ever born, and children surviving, by age of mother. Numbers for this table are obtained from the Child Mortality Module.
Calculated via indirect methods; additional documentation available.
Children with out-of-range weights-for-age are omitted from calculations.
Children with out-of-range heights-for-age are omitted from calculations.
Children with out-of-range weights-for-height are omitted from calculations.
This indicator is obtained by weighting number of households by the number of residents in the household.
Water and Sanitation Module, Q.1=1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.
Please see footnote 6.
Water and Sanitation Module, Q.3=1, 2, 3 or 4.
This indicator is calculated using transition probabilities for the cohort of children in the sample, which are derived from the Education Module Q.17 to Q.22. Detailed specifications and a software program will be provided.
Select children in primary school age range; Education Module Q.17=1 OR Q.18=1.
Select children of primary school entry age; Education Module Q.17=1 AND Q.20, Level=2, Grade=1.
Household listing, Q.8=1 or 2.
Contraceptive Use Module, Q.3=1.
Maternal and Newborn Health Module, Q.4=1, 2 or 3.
Total number of women with a birth (still living or dead) in the year preceding the survey, e.g., total eligible to answer Q.4.
Maternal and Newborn Health Module, Q.3=1, 2 or 3.
Please see footnote 16.
Based on answers to Q.4, 5 and 6. See Analysis Chapter for further information on tabulation of prevalence of low birth weight.
If a household has salt, but it is not tested (Salt Iodization Module, Q.1=9), these households are omitted from the denominator.
Vitamin A Module, Q.1=1 AND Q.2 ( 6 months.
Maternal and Newborn Health Module, Q.1=1.
Select, using birth date of last-born child (Child Mortality Module Q.11) and date of survey.
Optional Vitamin A questions: Appendix Two Q.7 =1.
Maternal and Newborn Health Module, Q.8=1.
Numbers still breastfed (Breastfeeding Module Q.2=1) AND no other food given (only Q.3A =1 is permissible; answer must be 2 (No) for Q.3B, 3C, 3D, 3E, 3F and 3G).
Numbers still breastfeeding (Breastfeeding Module Q.2=1).
Numbers still breastfed (Breastfeeding Module Q.2=1) AND complementary foods given last 24 hours (Q.3G =1), even if also given other breast milk substitutes.
The number of all 12-23-month-olds vaccinated with BCG, DPT3, OPV3 or measles vaccine as validated by card or mothers recall. To estimate the number of children without a card to have received vaccine before 1st birthday the proportion of vaccinations given during the first year of life is assumed to be the same as for the proportion of children with a card.
Numerator is all mothers of under-ones with (1) at least two TT doses of which the last dose less than 3 years ago PLUS (2) mothers of under-ones with 3 or 4 doses with the last dose less than 10 years ago PLUS (3) mothers of under-ones with 5 doses ever.
Permissible responses: One or more of Q.3A, B, C, D, E, F=1; That is Q.3G, 3H, 3I NOT equal to 1 or 9.
If Care of Illness Module Q. 1=9 (don't know if child has had diarrhoea in past two weeks), the child is omitted from subsequent calculations.
More fluids here refers to ANY fluid noted in Q.3, whether or not it is classified as a recommended fluid. Care of Illness Module, Q.4 = 3 AND Q.5=3 or 4 or 5.
Please see footnote 32.
A case needing assessment is defined as child with Care of Illness Module, Q.7=1 AND Q.8 = 2, 3 or 9. A case is counted as having seen an appropriate health provider if Q.9=1 AND Q.10 = 1,2,3,4,5,6,7(if locally-approved appropriate provider See text for details).
Child is counted in numerator if aged 3-4 years AND Birth Registration and Early Learning Module Q.8=1.
Birth Registration and Early Learning Module, Q.4=1 OR Q.5=1.
Household Listing Form, Q.10=2 OR Q.11=2 [e.g., mother not living, or not living in same household] AND Q.12=2 OR Q.13=2 [e.g., father not living, or not living in same household]. Note: This indicator may also be calculated for children whose mother or father only are dead.
Household Listing Form Q.10=2 AND Q.12=2. Note: This indicator may also be calculated for children who have lost the mother or father only.
Child Labour Module, [Q.3=1 OR 2] OR [Q.6=1 AND (Q.7/7)>4 hours] OR [Q.8=1]. Note: This indicator should be calculated separately for children working outside the home, and for paid and unpaid work.
Care of illness Module, [Q.1=1 or Q. 2=1] AND [Q.4=3] AND [Q.5=3, 4 or 5].
Care of illness Module, Q.11 = any combination of two acceptable responses (e.g.,1,2,3,4,5,6,7).
Malaria Module, Q.8=1 AND Q.9=1.
Malaria Module, Q.1=1 AND [Q.4=2 or 3 or other locally-recommended antimalarial OR Q.7=2 or 3 or other locally-recommended antimalarial] .
Malaria Module, Q.1=1.
HIV/AIDS Module, Q.3=1 AND Q.5=1 AND Q.7=1. (Note: these answers reflect correct understanding of how HIV infection can be avoided).
HIV/AIDS Module, Q.4 =2 AND Q.6=2 AND Q.8=1.
HIV/AIDS Module, Q.10=1 AND Q.11 = 1 AND Q.12=1.
HIV/AIDS Module, Q.13=2 OR Q.14=2.
HIV/AIDS Module, Q.17=1.
HIV/AIDS Module, Q.15=1.
Median age at first birth is used as a proxy for first pregnancy. Use Women Information Panel Q. 3A and Child Mortality Module Q. 2A to calculate age at first birth.
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