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1 Health Statistics and Information Systems Global Health Estimates: Key figures and tables Department of Health Statistics and Information Systems

2 Health Statistics and Information Systems Deaths and Distribution of Age at Death, World, years: 6.9 million 13% years: 22.5 million 41% 5-14 years: 1.4 million 3% 70 years and over: 23.8 million 44% Total number of deaths: 54.6 million

3 Health Statistics and Information Systems Distribution of Age at Death by Region, 2011 High-income countries Low- and middle-income countries

4 Health Statistics and Information Systems The 10 Leading Causes of Death, World, 2000 and 2011 NoCauses of death, 2000Deaths (million) % of deaths NoCauses of death, 2011Deaths (million) % of deaths 1Ischaemic heart disease Ischaemic heart disease Stroke Stroke Lower respiratory infections Lower respiratory infections Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Diarrhoeal diseases Diarrhoeal diseases HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS Preterm birth complications Trachea, bronchus, lung cancers Tuberculosis Diabetes mellitus Trachea, bronchus, lung cancers Road injury Diabetes mellitus Preterm birth complications Road injury Tuberculosis1.01.8

5 Health Statistics and Information Systems Mortality rates by World Bank income group* and cause-of-death group, 2000 and 2011 Group I: Communicable, maternal, perinatal and nutritional conditions Group II: Noncommunicable diseases Group III: Injuries * Countries are classified according to the World Bank income group for the year 2011 (World Bank list of economies, July 2012). Equatorial Guinea is classified as high income; it is kept here with upper middle income to avoid a regional grouping containing only one country and because its mortality profile is not dissimilar to neighbouring countries. Low incomeLower-middle income Upper-middle income High income World

6 Health Statistics and Information Systems Distribution of deaths by cause-of-death group and by sex, World, 2011 Group I: Communicable, maternal, perinatal and nutritional conditions Group II: Non- communicable diseases Group III: Injuries Male, 13% Male, 34% Male, 6% Female, 12% Female, 32% Female, 3%

7 Health Statistics and Information Systems Deaths by Leading Cause Groups and by Sex, World,

8 Health Statistics and Information Systems 10 Leading Causes of Death by Sex, World, 2011 Males Females Per cent of total deaths in sex group

9 Health Statistics and Information Systems Distribution of causes of death among children under 5 years and within the neonatal period, 2011

10 Health Statistics and Information Systems Child deaths due to selected causes, by selected WHO region, % 34% 36% 37% 41% 52% 34% 29% 95% 22% 27% 25% 19%

11 Health Statistics and Information Systems Child mortality by World Bank income group*, 2000 and 2011 * Countries are classified according to the World Bank income group for the year 2011 (World Bank list of economies, July 2012). Equatorial Guinea is classified as high income; it is kept here with upper middle income to avoid a regional grouping containing only one country and because its mortality profile is not dissimilar to neighbouring countries. Low income Lower-middle income Upper-middle income High income World 29% decline 48% decline 22% decline 30% decline

12 Health Statistics and Information Systems Africa Western Pacific Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Americas Low- and middle-income countries High-income countries Mortality rates among men and women aged 15–69 years, by region and cause-of-death group, 2011 Group I: Communicable, maternal, perinatal and nutritional conditions Group II: Noncommunicable diseases Group III: Injuries

13 Health Statistics and Information Systems Mortality rates among adults aged years by major cause group and region, 2011 Low- and middle-income countries


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