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1 Gender Statistics in Myanmar Manila, Philippine ( ) Marlar Aung Director, CSO ESA/STAT/AC.219/10

2 2 General Information General Information Area -676,578 sq.km, 261,228 sq.mile Area -676,578 sq.km, 261,228 sq.mile International boundaries kilometers International boundaries kilometers Coastal line kilometers Coastal line kilometers State /Division- 9/8 State /Division- 9/8 District/ Township/ Town - 67/330/378 District/ Township/ Town - 67/330/378 Ward/ Village Tract/ Village- 2930/13646/ Ward/ Village Tract/ Village- 2930/13646/ National race - >100 National race - >100

3 3 Total Population (in million) Total Urban Rural Total Urban Rural (30.6%)40.48(69.4%) (30.6%)40.48(69.4%) Male 29.03(49.7%) Male 29.03(49.7%) Female 29.35(50.3%) Female 29.35(50.3%) Broad Age Group Broad Age Group Age Group 0-14 years years 60 years and above Age Group 0-14 years years 60 years and above (%) Youth Population (%) (Youth Survey, 2004) Total Urban Rural (15-19)Age Group (Youth Survey, 2004) Total Urban Rural (15-19)Age Group Male Female Male Female (20-24)Age Group (20-24)Age Group Male Male Female Female

4 4 MaleFemale

5 5 Population Indicator Population Density (per sq km) 86.0 Population Growth Rate 1.52 Total Dependency Ratio (%) Year Total Male Female Year Total Male Female ( ) ( ) Household size(%) Fertility and Reproductive Health Survey Fertility and Reproductive Health Survey Year Union Urban Rural Year Union Urban Rural

6 6 General Gender Statistics Sex ratio ( male per 100 females) Sex ratio ( male per 100 females) Sex ratio at birth - between 102 and 105 Sex ratio at birth - between 102 and 105 Household head by sex(%) Union Urban Rural Male 2007 (FRHS) Male 2007 (FRHS) Female Female Singulate mean Age at Marriage Male 2007 (FRHS) Female Total fertility Rate (per women) (2008)

7 7 National Mortality Statistics To obtain by Two ways such as: To obtain by Two ways such as: (1) National Mortality Survey (1) National Mortality Survey (2) Vital Registration System (2) Vital Registration System

8 8 (1)National Mortality Survey(1999) Sample size 105,600 households Sample size 105,600 households Sample design Two-stage Stratified cluster sampling Sample design Two-stage Stratified cluster sampling Result National figure Result National figure CDR 5.44(per 1000 pop n ) CDR 5.44(per 1000 pop n ) CMR18.00(per 1000 pop n ) CMR18.00(per 1000 pop n ) IMR59.77(per 1000 livebirths) IMR59.77(per 1000 livebirths) U5MR77.77(per 1000 livebirths) U5MR77.77(per 1000 livebirths) MMR2.55(per 1000 livebiths) MMR2.55(per 1000 livebiths)

9 9 (2) Vital Registration System The system began since 1962 The system began since 1962 >> gradually expanded >> gradually expanded >> in collaboration with CSO and DOH since 1964 >> in collaboration with CSO and DOH since 1964 >> DOH - Registration work, CSO – Statistics work >> DOH - Registration work, CSO – Statistics work Modified vital registration system Modified vital registration system >> It was introduced within the year ( ) by >> It was introduced within the year ( ) by the UNICEF- Myanmar Country Programme the UNICEF- Myanmar Country Programme (Reduced Form, Form Quality) (Reduced Form, Form Quality)

10 10 Places of registration In Rural area In Rural area >> Sub-Rural Health Centers >> Sub-Rural Health Centers >> Rural Health Centers >> Rural Health Centers >> Station Hospital >> Station Hospital In Urban area In Urban area >> Township Health Department >> Township Health Department >> Hospital >> Hospital Reporting Period Reporting Period >> within one year >> within one year >> 88% of death are occurring in the community >> 88% of death are occurring in the community >> 12% in Hospital >> 12% in Hospital

11 11 Vital Registration and Statistics (2008) (Union) MVRS ( ) MVRS ( ) Coverage (100%) Coverage (100%) 313 reporting towns out of 325 urban towns 313 reporting towns out of 325 urban towns 280 reporting townships out of 292 rural townships 280 reporting townships out of 292 rural townships million population (17.89 urban and rural) million population (17.89 urban and rural) The under- reporting and non- reporting is still existence in urban and rural as well as birth and death The under- reporting and non- reporting is still existence in urban and rural as well as birth and death

12 12 Vital Rate(2008) Vital Rate/ Ratio UnionUrbanRural CBR per 1000 pop n CDR do- LFDR per 1000 livebirths IMR do- U5MR do- MMR per 100,000 livebirths Life expectancy at birth, 2007 Male Female

13 13 Percentage of Vital Event by Sex

14 14 Infant Mortality Rate by age group and sex by Urban and Rural

15 15 Percentage of U5MR by Urban and Rural by Sex

16 16 Percentages of leading causes by gender

17 Percentage distribution of Single Leading Causes of Mortality by Gender, 2007 (Public Hospital)

18 18 Percentage of maternal death by causes

19 19 Evaluation of the VRS 1995 – Evaluation of the Completeness of VRS Obj - Non reporting - Delay in reporting - Delay in reporting - Completeness - Completeness Result- 60% completeness Especially in death events Rural < Urban Why? – cemetery ( no compound, no guard, easy to burry, less of public awareness) less of public awareness)

20 20 To Improved the VRS IAWG - Inter Agency Working Group Formed –To strength the VRS Member – DOH, GAD, CSO, UNICEF (3)groups of IAWG members went tour to all states (3)groups of IAWG members went tour to all states and Divisions to monitor and supervisor and Divisions to monitor and supervisor Having rapidly assessed and -operational gaps analyzed the-weakness and constraints Support-gave immediate feedback and immediate action to reduce them

21 21 Current and future activities IAWG meeting- monthly, quarterly, yearly Discuss - return forms - vital rates - vital rates - coordination and cooperation between - coordination and cooperation between agencies agencies - to fulfill the gaps and solve the problems - to fulfill the gaps and solve the problems


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